ULC Seminary Ministers
Here is just a sample of some of our amazing Universal Life Church Seminary ministers. Read their stories of what has inspired them to become ministers and what they've done with their ministries.

Chaplaincy Studies

By Rev. Don Eck  This course is one of the most enlightening courses not only on being a Chaplain but being a Minister in general.  It is my strong belief that anyone seeking ordination should take this class when beginning their ministry.  There is so much offered in this 20 week course that can help in any ministry. Lesson 1
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Spirit-Quest

This course was fascinating.  The aspect I liked most about this course was the continued use of personal examples.  They triggered thoughts of my own related experiences that, most likely, I would not have recognized as easily without them.  I also felt a deep one-on-one relationship with Rev. Long during this course, rather than just studying impersonal material. The tools
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Religious Philosophy

Religious philosophy is the attempt of gaining understanding of a culture or region regarding its specific religious point of view, reason for being and way of life.  Throughout this course program, I have gained a better understanding of the many different cultures throughout the world that practice some type of religious belief or another and where it comes from, how
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Why I became ordained

Universal Life Church Hello. My name is Carl Kem and I was ordained on Dec. 28th, 2002 (might be 2003). My reasons are simple- for so long I have searched in vain for a church that is a true church of God. haven’t we all searched for that? I was raised LDS and was a member for 23 years. I
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Mystical Christianity

This course provides an introduction to the subject of mystical Christianity. It provides overviews of certain aspects of mystical practices among the Jews and Christians including the Essenes and Gnostics based on the Dead Sea Scrolls and other literature. A significant portion of the course is devoted to exploring the role of the Divine Feminine in the Christian religion. This
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Spiritual Awareness

This course covers a wide range of subjects under the rubric of spiritual awareness. It considers such basic practices as reverence, heart, intuition, balance, service, and meditation along with the issue of death. It provides a well-written discussion of the nature of religion, ethical systems and other fundamentals such as the perception of good and evil. There are three full
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Mystical Christianity

Mother Maryesh Julian of Norwich, mystic Teresa of Avila, The Interior Castle Matthew Fox, silence process not destination let go of control; trust, intuition Historical background Meditations, reincarnation, sacrifice Meditations of different mythologies Dead Sea Scrolls; Essene The Divine Feminine More faces of the Divine Feminine; sophia #9 Mary Magdalene #8 more faces of the divine #24 spirituality and sexuality
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Biblical Egyptology

This course is a rigorous introduction to the field of Biblical Egyptology and explores in some detail questions concerning the historicity of Moses and the Exodus of the Israelites from Egypt. It provides the student with an overview of Egyptian history beginning with the Predynastic period which began about 4000 BCE and ending with the Graeco-Roman period. It discusses difficulties
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Chaplaincy Studies Course

If you have ever given any thought to serving as a chaplain, take this course. Rev. Daniel Moore presents the most complete description of a field that I have ever had the pleasure of reading. Not a single question goes unanswered. Not a single aspect of the field is ignored. When I signed up for the course, I was not
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Universal Life Church

I became a ordained minister with the Universal Life Church, because I believe mortals are called to Christ’s ministry by Christ. Christ does not require a four year degree at a seminary school. Education is always good for the individual, but it is not necessary to preach the gospel of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. Jesus, did not select
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