The mission of Salubritas: International Journal of Spirit-Empowered Counseling is to create and share unique knowledge to promote the wellness and wholeness (salubritas) of individuals and communities through counseling that occurs within the dynamic work of the life-giving Spirit to empower both counselors and counselees to live the fullness of life.
Issues are published annually in the fall and are available for free on this site. Print copies are available for purchase. Salubritas is published jointly by the Oral Roberts University College of Theology & Ministry and the Behavioral Sciences Department. Inquiries for publication are welcome: email@example.com
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Current Volume: Volume 1 (2021) Inaugural Issue
Inaugural IssueThis special inaugural issue of Salubritas focuses on the role of the Holy Spirit in Counseling. Cultivated in partnership with the Behavioral Sciences faculty, this issue of Spiritus will also will serve to launch the new Counseling Journal. From the conceptualization of this avenue of scholarship, our purposes have been and remain as follows: (a) to build bridges among the various “Pentecostalisms” and advance the conversation about the nature of change in the Spirit-empowered world, (b) to build bridges between science and faith in scholarship, and (c) to understand better the integration of the Spirit into the change process to improve our counseling interventions.
The Spirit, Change, and Healing: Toward a Spirit-Centered Model of Counseling
Edward E. Decker Jr., Bill Buker, and Jeffrey S. Lamp
Spiritual Struggle and Spiritual Growth of Bereft College Students in a Christian Evangelical University
Melinda G. Rhodes and Andrea C. Walker Ph.D.