The “Curb Cut Effect” in Clinical Pastoral Education
Mar 13, 2023
In my work in ministries with people with varied disabilities, time and time again, I have been struck with how resources developed to address a particular need have ended up having a much broader application.
National Faculty Process Updates
Mar 10, 2023
Following up on last month’s article describing the revision to our National Faculty (NF) and Peer Review process, a few clarifications:
For your professional ethics edification in March
Mar 6, 2023
Once a month the ACPE Professional Ethics Commission (PEC) posts a couple of statements from our Code of Professional Ethics for ACPE Members. Each posting is accompanied by a brief personal reflection from a member of the PEC discussing some ways this person lives these commitments*. March’s statements are:
Mar 6, 2023
There is so much that tears at the fabric of our life together and the fabric of our souls. Grief, division, negativity, and losing sight can divert us from our call to be about mending the world through the art of spiritual care and education. The great deception is that we are destined to be overcome by divisive differences, evil, and separation. My fundamental belief is that divine energy ultimately finds lost souls and knits us back into a relationship with ourselves, one another, and our Divine source.
ACPE Celebrates Black History Month: A Conversation with ACPE REM Leaders & Elders
Feb 27, 2023
This month, ACPE Anti-Bias Work Group members had a unique opportunity to sit down with leaders and elders of ACPE’s Racial, Ethnic & Multicultural (REM) Network. Recognizing that the Anti Bias Work Group’s charge stems from the decades-long work of REM to champion diversity, equity, and inclusion within ACPE, this conversation provided a rich opportunity to learn more about “how” and “why” the REM movement came into existence.