May 29, 2015, we had our CPE graduation at Philippine Baptist Theological Seminary
CPE Trainees Summer 2015
Dennis P. Alida
John Mark M. Bagalan
Arturo C. Balagot
Dionelle John B. Cornate
Sr. Rufina Dubao
Meriam G. Dulay
Mariz S. Eustaquio
A. R. Fabiala
Lalaine C. Mirasol
Rebecca Ann S. Pesquera
German B. Ramboyong Jr
Celia P. Munson
Dr. Paul C. Tabon
Jehny M. Pedazo
Ptr. Renato Eustaquio, a 2007 CPE graduation and senior pastor at Vineyard Christian Church in Bocaue, Bulacan, was our guest speaker. Each trainee also gave their theological integration from the CPE term. Dr. Paul Tabon gave the commissioning at the end of the main service.
This was also the first time that Dr. Paul Tabon and Ms. Jehny Pedazo served as CPE Supervisors (SITs) under CPSP-Philippines. Good job!!
Afterwards, we moved a few feet from Chapel B to the Bukal Life Care office for lunch fellowship. It was a great day. Congratulations to all who have stayed true to finish the course. We are excited to see what God has for each in the future.
Clinical Pastoral Education is provided by Bukal Life Care, in parnership with the College of Pastoral Supervision & Psychotherapy (CPSP) and CPSP-Philippines. Our next CPE groups start in mid-June. Contact us at 0933-302-0373 or email@example.com if you have any questions.
We held a gathering of staff and trustees of Bukal Life Care on August 31 and September 1st. Thirteen attended. We were hosted at the Mission Center of the Sisters of the Immaculate Heart of Mary, in Baguio City. A number of issues were dealt with.
A few items:
1. Priorities. We are actively involved in a number of ministries… far more than our group can handle well with our limited financial and human resources. Based on our brainstorming, the following were identified as priorities:
- Clinical Pastoral Training (CPE/CPT). Hospital ministry
- Disaster Response Training, and crisis response work
- Pastoral Care Training and Ministry
2. Ladderization. Develop training programs that are all of certification and progression. For example, for Disaster Response:
3. Improve our financial structure and office management.
There are more things… but this is a good start for now. We are so thankful to those who joined and added insights. We are also appreciative of our great hosts.
The second batch for 2013 Summer Intensive started on April 15, led by Joyce Gray. The picture above is from one of their group sessions. Batch 1, led by Celia Munson, started on March 18.
Group A of our Summer Intensive is starting their third week here in Baguio. Our Chaplain trainees are serving at Baguio General Hospital, Benguet General Hospital, Baguio City Jail, and Notre Dame de Chartres Hospital.
Group B has not started yet. They will be starting in a couple of weeks. There may still be openings… so contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions.