Tuition Costs :
- Full Seminar (6 weeks): $1500 (includes meals and housing)
- Full Seminar (YWAMers): $750
- 1 week (housing): $250 (includes all meals)
- 1 week (class-only): $115 (includes lunch)
Credits: 6 University of the Nations Seminar Credits
Training Topics May Include:
- Reflective Listening
- Addictive Behavior
- Family Dysfunction
- Inner Healing
- Sexual Brokenness
- Biblical Dream Interpretation
- Prophetic Prayer
- Art Therapy
The Prayer & Counseling Seminar (PCS) is designed to equip the body of Christ with practical Christian counseling techniques and biblical prayer methods.
This seminar will challenge the participant to think holistically and view counseling & prayer as one vein, working together to bring healing and wholeness to those in need. The seminar will include teaching on how to work with the Holy Spirit in lay-discipleship settings, how to minister more effectively to the wounded and broken, and how to lead those in spiritual bondage to freedom.
The Prayer & Counseling Seminar is open to all who have an interest in maturing in their ability to : offer healing prayer, display empathy, value connection in relationships, practice reflective listening, communicate with integrity, grow in discipleship, express what freedom the Gospel enables, and minister confidently to others.
** If you cannot participate in the full 6-week curriculum, you can choose the topics that you are most interested in and attend individual teaching weeks.
PAYMENT & FEES:
In order to register for the first time to any missions training course or seminar at YWAM Virginia there is a non-refundable $40 registration fee. If for some reason you attend a different semester the registration fee will transfer.
In addition to the registration fee, the full PCS tuition will be added after your registration is complete. Full tuition is $1,500 with discounted rates available depending on your housing needs.
**Current YWAM Staff will pay half-price!**
Upcoming Dates :
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