Teaching students how to care for the dying & bereaved, part 2 | Teachers' Lounge Podcast
On a new Teachers’ Lounge, Dr. Kathleen “Kadi” Billman joins us for part 2 of a wonderful conversation. In the first episode, we talked about an emotional class she taught called “Caring for the dying and bereaved." Until her retirement during the pandemic, Dr. Billman was a professor of pastoral ministry, pastoral theology and director of the Master of Divinity program at the Lutheran School of Theology at Chicago.
In this final part, we talk about her retirement, her journey into the clergy, then into academia -- and everything she’s learned along the way.
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