Monday, 01 May 2017 by Kingswood University
Sussex, New Brunswick, May 1, 2017—This April 24, Allen Lee, director of Kingswood University’s Christian Counselling program, successfully defended his doctoral dissertation.
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This past semester Professor Allen Lee’s Introduction to Counseling class encountered more friendly faces on campus. A few of man’s “best” friends, i.e. dogs, came with their handlers from St. John Ambulance Company in Sussex for a presentation on dog therapy. According to PAWS for People, a non-profit pet therapy organization, interaction with pets lowers
Robert Meeks (’06) In his first ministry experience after finishing the Christian Counselling program at Kingswood, Robert Meeks had the opportunity to do some counselling as the Assistant Pastor of the Community Wesleyan Church in Monticello, Maine. This experience helped to further sharpen his call as a Christian counsellor. “I realized there was a huge
I am not a technological person. I don’t use a cell phone, I am happy with a PC and don’t feel a particular need for a Mac. My primary interactions with social media involve sending birthday greetings and looking at updated pictures of friends on facebook. At the same time, I am highly aware social
Focus…even as I write these words, I am very aware of the fact that, within this one office, I have an indefinite number of things to focus my attention upon. I have two large windows that offer an incredible view of the countryside, as well as the activity of a busy street. I have a
Hebrews 4:14-16: Since we have a great high priest, Jesus the Son of God, who has gone into heaven, let us hold on to the faith we have. For our high priest is able to understand our weaknesses. He was tempted in every way that we are, but he did not sin. Let us, then,