Pastoral Theology for Financial Professionals

Christian financial counselors will benefit from this program of study, which brings theological, pastoral and ethical concerns to bear on the practice of financial counseling. For detailed information, please review the AMBS Catalog, pages 60-63.

Program of study

Required courses
  • Luke-Acts: Mission Perspectives
  • Principles of Pastoral Care
  • Thinking Ethically
  • Anabaptist History and Theology
  • Family Systems and Pastoral Care
  • Economic Justice and Christian Conscience
  • Conflict, Communication, and Conciliation
  • Pastoral Counseling Practicum
  • Colloquia on Money and Theology or an independent study related to money, theology, and ethics
Total credits: 27