The First Academic Curriculum on the Life Issues

Every day, over 3,200 women choose abortion to resolve an unexpected pregnancy. Every day, the abortion industry cranks out, in assembly line fashion, thousands of mothers and fathers who will ultimately anguish over the life of their baby lost through abortion. Have you ever wanted to better equip yourself to help others faced with a crisis pregnancy or post-abortion stress? Have you wanted to get more involved but felt inadequate to assist them?

Master’’s Divinity School now offers the first of its kind –undergraduate and graduate degrees in Life Issues Counseling. Counselors are armed with the tools necessary to change the hearts of abortion-minded women, as well as offer hope and healing to post-abortive parents.

The purpose of the program is to provide biblically based training for those who feel called to minister to those in crisis. It’’s ideal for directors of women’s help centers, staff and volunteers. It’’s also good for pastors, youth workers, biblical counselors, teachers, school administrators, nurses or physicians. This program is endorsed by Life Issues Institute.

Don’’t miss this exciting opportunity! An advanced accelerated learning seminar, called Responding to the Aftermath of Abortion, is being offered March 14-15 at Master’’s Divinity School in Evansville, Indiana. The faculty includes Trudy Johnson, formerly with Focus on the Family, Bradley Mattes, Executive Director of Life Issues Institute, and actress and author Jennifer O’Neill. They will present a comprehensive course for credit on post-abortion counseling for both women and men. This hands-on course, also open to non-students, will help even the most seasoned counselor to be better equipped. Go to the Master’s Divinity School’s website for more details or phone 1.800.933.1445.

If you have a heart to assist others in crisis, or you’’ve been looking for a way to enhance your skills to be even more effective, please consider pursuing Life Issues Counseling through Master’’s Divinity School.

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