The FCM equips students with Biblical counseling foundations in order to help others find healing in a broken and hurting world. As you learn methods of healing and restoration for others, you will find the Holy Spirit healing and restoring yourself. Topics include Active Listening, Loss and Transition, trauma, and more.
This FCM will focus on responding to the global refugee crisis. Lecture topics and outreach locations will reflect this focus.
After your 11 week lecture phase, your FCM will head off in different teams for a two-three month outreach to least-reached people groups. You will have opportunities to practice what you’ve learned during the lecture phase.
God brings healing to the degree that we cooperate with his work in our lives, whether in FCM or elsewhere. Many subjects covered in FCM address learning to be whole so we can help others heal.
This FCM is responding to the global refugee crisis by sending teams to outreach locations where students will work with refugees. Students will apply what they’ve learned during the lecture phase through short teachings, relationships, and practical service.
You will learn how to listen well, how to begin to minister to survivors of sexual abuse and other traumas, how to give short teachings, how to minister inner-healing prayer, how to understand grieving people and different personalities, how to renew your mind, and many other skills.
You will be attending daily FCM classes, and weekly YWAM community worship and intercession times. You will be assigned a two hour a day work duty. You will also submit journal work every week and write a paper approximately every other week.