“Where no counsel is, the people fall: but in the multitude of counselors there is safety.” (Proverbs 11:14).
At RPUT, we understand that a Christian may face diverse challenges that might require intentional intervention from other people. Issues might arise from family, marriage, parenting, sickness, disease, bereavement, or other forms of loss. The bible says it takes a godly person to offer good counsel (Psalm 37:30). Our pastoral care and counseling program is designed to produce Christian Counselors and pastoral care givers who follow Christ-based faith principles to provide solution. Courses covered in this cognate area include Cyber-Age Parenting, Addiction Faith Therapy, Christian Family and Marriage Counseling, Clinical Pastoral Care and Chaplaincy, and Ethical Considerations in Christian Counseling. The SPCC program offers Certificates, Bachelor of Theology in Christian Counseling, Master of Theology in Christian Counseling, and Doctor of Theology.