Event Location: Online - Zoom
Event Type: Tyndale Spiritual Formation Centre
This event is Module 3 of the Death, Dying and Grief Certificate 2020-2021. The Death, Dying and Grief Certificate 2020-2021 offers 6 modules, beginning September 25, 2020 running through April 24, 2021. Complete all 6 modules to receive a certificate of completion.
About This Module
This module will explore what it means to grieve and lament, we will learn how to help others in their time of sorrow and loss. Special attention will be paid to the Psalms as a resource for encouragement for those dealing with death.
- Deeper understanding of key biblical passages that address death, grief, and loss
- Theological resources to respond to common cultural misperceptions and myths surrounding the death experience
- Discover how Christian have practiced spiritual care for the dying and grieving
- How to conduct a caring visit with those facing grief, including the appropriate use of prayers and Scripture
Rev. Dr. Kevin Livingston B.A., M.Div., Ph.D
Kevin serves as Associate Professor of Pastoral Ministry at Tyndale Seminary where he teaches courses in preaching and pastoral theology, and Pastor of Clairlea Park Presbyterian Church in Scarborough. He has also served congregations in Seattle, Scotland, Vancouver, Cambridge, and Knox (Spadina) in Toronto. He has degrees from Seattle University (BA), Fuller Theological Seminary (MDiv) and the University of Aberdeen in Scotland (PhD). He enjoys strong coffee, used bookstores and travel. He is married to Irene, a nutritionist and spiritual director. They have three adult children and one grandchild.
$195.00. There is a 10% discount for Tyndale full-time students, alumni and staff. You will need to contact the Tyndale Spiritual Formation Centre to receive a discount code before registering online. Email tsfc [at] tyndale [dot] ca to receive a promo code.
As Tyndale Seminary’s programs have had to move online due to the pandemic, the Spiritual Formation Centre Certificate Programs are no exception. Although the in-person classroom is the preferred experience, the online curriculum for the three certificate programs promises to be truly immersive. While maintaining important elements of community through live streaming, conversations will be enhanced by independent study in preparation for each session. Online programming will also offer the opportunity for others to participate who would have otherwise not been able to do to distance and time restrictions.
Email tsfc [at] tyndale [dot] ca.