Once complete The spiritual-needs assessment, analyze your results in 750-1000 words, with the following:
 Write a brief summary of your assessment findings.
 What significant discoveries did you make about the individual you chose to assess?
 What went well?
 What would you do differently in the future?
 Were there any barriers or challenges that inhibited your ability to complete the assessment tool? How would you address these in the future or change your assessment to better address these challenges?
 Describe the spiritual experience you had with your patient, family member, or friend using this tool. How does this tool allow you to better meet the needs of your patient?


This is a Reflection Paper. Please follow these guidelines. You should read the CREOLE RELIGIONS OF THE CARIBBEAN BOOK 2nd edition by Garite Fernandez Olmos and write about VOODOO,HOODO, CONJURE RELIGION. Then select one or two concepts in the reading that spark your interest or engages you. the reflection paper is to be focused on those one or two topics, not want a summary of the religion. depth (not just “I think this is interesting and I think this is interesting”), engage the material. Discuss the relevance of the concepts you have chosen. They are your personal reflections, you can add your personal opinion. But, you want to make sure in doing that you do not discuss your own religious tradition and you are following the guidelines of the “Dialogue Decalogue.” You do not need outside sources for the reflection papers. Just the book

Weekly Summary

Weekly Summary
End-of-week summary (500-750 words) to be submitted:
From the textbook: Discovering the Bible: Story and Faith of the Biblical Communities.
This week’s reading: (Pages 283-365) (Chapters 20-25)
For (part 1), the first line of your summary should say: “All posts read.”
In addition to your own reflections on the week (part 2), your summary must include a question and your answer to it from one of the question lists on either the first or last pages of one of the chapters (Pages 283-365) (Chapters 20-25) (part 3). Do only one question each week. Do not choose one from each chapter.
Use APA format.
Here are some “starter” questions:
•What information or insights from this week do I think (and hope) will stick with me forever? (Giving specific textbook pages will help your classmates who wish to write a response to something you have written).
•What (if anything) from this week’s study did I talk about with friends and family?
•This week, what have I been moved to do, or choose, or act on?
Optional: Do you have a specific question about this week’s material that remains unanswered? If so, state that question.
Grading rubric
1.Was the summary/reflection posted between Friday evening and Sunday evening in the week in which it was due?
2.Does it meet the length requirement?
3.Is there a clear “All posts read” affirmation?
4.Was there a beginning-of-the-chapter OR an end-of-the-chapter question clearly stated and a response given?
5.Is it college-level writing?
6.Is APA format followed?

Reading Reflection

Reading Reflection
1. Read three chapters (Ch. 20-22) (Pg.283-325) from the textbook: Discovering the Bible: Story and Faith of the Biblical Communities.
2. Then, do the two parts listed below.
3. Do not post this reflection until you have completed the assigned reading.
Part 1. Specify which three chapters you read (Ch. 20-22) (Pg.283-325). Then, submit 250 words or more of substantive reaction/reflection response to your reading. It will help our discussion if you will mention a specific detail or quote (including page numbers) from the reading. That gives people a focal point for writing response posts to your submission. Here are some questions to get you going (although you need not respond directly to all or even any of these):
1.What did I learn? What do I know now that I didn’t know before?
2.What did I feel as I read?
3.Did you wind up sharing any of this with someone else?
4.Did it challenge some assumptions you held?
5.Did it confirm something you have been thinking about for a while?
6.Was there a phrase that grabbed your attention and has remained impressed in your mind?
Part 2. “Question to consider” (How does Mark portray the disciples?) found in chapter 20 of the reading this week. (Pg. 283-296) Write a response to this question in your reaction/reflection post (re-state the question in your post).
Apply APA format consistently, especially in the use of citations.
Grading rubric
1.Does the reflection meet minimum length?
2.Does the reflection show genuine interaction with actual textbook content (as opposed to just being very loosely associated comments)?
3.Is it acceptable college-level writing?
4.Is the APA format followed?.
5.Are the following items included in the submission:
1.Identification of which chapters were read
2.A clear affirmation that 100% of the chosen chapters were read
3.”Question to Consider” is stated in the submission and an answer is given

religion Faith, Learning and Worldview

Below you will find a Bible verse followed by a related question. Please provide a thoughtful response to the question. Your entire post in response to the question must be at least 100 wordsThe mind of the prudent acquires knowledge, and the ear of the wise seeks knowledge.” – Proverbs 18:15

In his book, Why College Matters to God, Ostrander reminds us of the importance of education if we are to act as agents of change in this world. How can we integrate faith and learning within the “three acts of the grand drama” (Creation, Fall and Redemption) that Ostrander uses to define a Christian worldview? Please provide specific examples to support your position.
Reflect on the following quote:
“Ultimately, faith and learning cannot be separated. All learning takes places on the foundation of one’s worldview. Worldview not only informs learning, but also it guides all learning”. *
How does your worldview influence your learning?
Respond to two classmates’ posts by 11:59 p.m. Eastern standard time on Sunday. See rubric below for appropriate response guidelines. Responses that simply read “I agree” or “Nice job” are not considered appropriate.
Grading Rubric for Discussion Forum: Integrating Faith and Learning
Possible Points
The student addresses the questions, “How can we integrate faith and learning within the “three acts of the grand drama” (Creation, Fall and Redemption) that Ostrander uses to define a Christian worldview?” and “How does your worldview influence your learning?”
The student uses minimum 100 words in initial posting.
The student responds to two classmates, and response furthers the discussion, e.g., asks a question, provides further information or examples, or introduces a different opinion (5 points/per posting).
r information or examples, or introduces a different opinion (5 points/per posting).
40 Points

A conversation between Malcolm X and Thurman

The essay should be a discussion between Malcolm X and Thurman respective views of religion and humanity. The paper should address major differences and similarities among these two preachers in relation to religion and humanity. The paper should present a clear thesis. And clear topic sentences

Religion and Theology

Using your notes, the narrated PowerPoints, the text book, and your Bibles, answer the following questions completely in essay form (no bullet points or sentence fragments). You will probably have about one page double-spaced answer per question, though it could be more or less depending on the question. You will have until midnight October 4 to complete the exam.
1. Using the book, notes, and biblical text itself, choose two of the Gospels and compare and contrast their presentation of the life of Christ. Be sure to include how things like the authors’ background and audience affect their message.
2. Write an essay explaining the significance, background, conversion, and ministry of the Apostle Paul.
3. Based on the principles and tools for interpreting the Bible given in Unit 3 (historical context, literary context, genre, etc.) and the discussion of Paul’s letters in the book and in Unit 9, explain how you would go about “exegeting” or getting the meaning out of Galatians 2:16. Be sure to explain briefly how the different principles might help you understand the message Paul is trying to convey, and be sure to give what you believe to be the appropriate application of the text

Pastoral Counseling:Identity and Ethics Paper

Pastoral Counseling:Identity and Ethics Paper

The Pastoral Counselor’s Identity and Ethics learning activity is experimental rather than authoritative in nature. In other words, you should develop this paper with the assumption that any future application will be the result of a collaborative effort (e.g., organization’s leadership). Professional or vocational identity and ethical boundaries are developed and maintained through meaningful connection with others. You will use course resources and search engines to complete the following:
1. Concisely describe a research-based paradigm for ministerial (e.g., pastoral counselor) identity and ethical boundaries. The Identity and Ethics handout will be helpful in establishing professional boundaries for a biblically responsible vocational paradigm. Cite accordingly.
2. Identify potential professional partnerships that would support your professional growth and development. Consideration should be given to a support group(s), local association of peers, referral network, and credible certification, licensure, agencies, and organizations. Concise partnership details should be given (i.e., What is the partnership? Where is the partnership located? What is required to be a member in good standing of the professional partnership?). The Identity and Ethics handout provides possible considerations for this expectation. Cite accordingly.
3. Build a concise synthesis of issues to be addressed by an organization’s ethical guidelines. Kollar (2011, ch. 20), Johnson & Johnson (2000, ch. 9), and the Identity and Ethics handout provides resources to meet this expectation. Cite accordingly.
4. Propose a pre-counseling package to collect pertinent care-seeker information and convey professional identity and ethical boundaries to care-seeker; place it in the appendix of the paper. The pre-session material will be branded according to a student’s actual or anticipated soul-care context and include the following non-clinical/church counseling forms: intake; informed consent including brief description of length/number of sessions, note-taking strategy, referral process, and confidentiality covenant; and ethical guidelines. See student sample in “Pastoral Counselor’s Identity and Ethics Handout.” Cite accordingly.
5. As an example of an ethical procedure, a background check will be conducted on the student before being approved to register for the new MA PACO program’s internship (PACO 699). Thus, as part of this paper, each student is required to acknowledge notification of this policy in the conclusion, even if he/she is not enrolled in the MA PACO degree.
With the exception of the pre-counseling package, an annotated outline may be used for items 1, 2, and 3. In addition to the 4–page annotated outline and appendix, a cover sheet, abstract, table of contents, introduction, conclusion, references, and required grading rubric are to be included.

Faith Integration

Faith Integration

5 page scholarly (informed by published experts) paper with the following components:
II. How does spirituality influence high-risk behaviors (be specific and cite research)
III. How can Nurse Practitioner-adolescent communication influence healthy choices.