Academic Programs 
      

Dreams as a Resource for Ministry (WS-697)
Summer 2009

This course will examine the various traditions, both secular and sacred of dream interpretation. Students will understand the significance of dreams and how they connect to daily living consciously and subliminally. The integration of psychological, biblical, theological, and folk wisdom will foster an environment where spiritual perspectives on dream interpretation will flourish. The deeper exploration of dreams is made possible as participants explore their own experience with dreams while seeking deeper level truths. Ultimately, students will be enabled to interpret (in whole or part) dreams and to use this knowledge as a resource within their ministry context.

 

Meeting Day, Time and Dates: 
Monday, June 15 – Friday, June 19, 9 a.m. – 4 p.m


Benjamin K. Watts
Faculty Associate in the Arts of Ministry and Senior Pastor, Shiloh Baptist Church, New London


Contact Information:
phone: 
(860) 509-9538
email: rbkw@aol.com

 


Course Syllabus



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