Congregational Care and Counseling (Armstrong)
1. Which challenge needs to be overcome in order for African-Americans to
receive effective counseling?
a. The stigma of “I don't put my business out in the street.”
b. Going only to a minster for help with complex issues.
c. Trusting only in God for change, not people.
d. All of the above.
2. The congregational care and counseling ministry located in the
6,000-member church in the southeastern U.S. has all of the following
referrals to community therapists who have a Christian worldview.
b. unlimited counseling sessions at no cost for parishioners.
c. Stephen Ministers who are
connected to local homeless shelters, social services, and nursing homes.
d. grief-support groups facilitated by
Is Grandma Still
3. The author believes that biographical memory is
a. stored in specific areas of the brain.
b. distributed “globally” throughout the brain.
c. a holographic image.
d. still a
4. Moments of complete lucidity
among the deeply forgetful
a. are few and far between.
b. almost never occur, even when prompted by music.
c. are the norm, especially in the early morning after a good night's rest.
d. mostly are imagined by hopeful care-givers.
Pastoral Care and
Counseling with Military Families (Moon)
5. A relational triangle was formed by Lori, her husband, and a ____, which
represented his emotional connection to his deployment experience.
d. piece of shrapnel
6. Compared to the
general population, all the following are common to military families EXCEPT
a. regular geographic household relocations.
b. control over pay, promotion, and other benefits.
c. threat of illness, injury, or loss of life.
d. emotional detachment from family after coming home.
Rewiring the Human Soul (Cherwien)
7. Pneumaplasticity relies upon _____ theology.
The Interactive Play and a Persuasive God (Jang)
8. Of the following models of pastoral care and counseling, which does the
author says reflects the dynamic relatedness between a
pastoral caregiver and receiver?
a. “The Wounded Healer” by Henri Nouwen
b. “The Wise Fool” by Alastair Campbell
c. “The Indigenous Storyteller” by Edward Wimberly
d. None of the above.
The Taboo of Retirement for Diocesan Catholic Priests (Kane)
9. Which is NOT a factor in Catholic priests having to delay retirement?
a. There are fewer Catholic priests serving the same number of parishes.
b. Priests and bishops have a more strained relationship than in previous
One national study of diocesan financial plans found that more than
half of the retirement plans for priests in the USA were substantially
d. Most Catholic
priests love what they do so much they don't want to retire.
10. Ultimately, retirement for a Catholic priest and his receiving benefits
a. how many years he has served his diocese.
b. his popularity with his parishioners.
c. permission from his bishop.
d. him reaching the age of 70 years old.