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Who Ministers to Ministers: A Study of Support Systems for Clergy and Spouses ePub download

by Barbara G. Gilbert

  • Author: Barbara G. Gilbert
  • ISBN: 9997692543
  • ISBN13: 978-9997692542
  • ePub: 1161 kb | FB2: 1972 kb
  • Category: Churches & Church Leadership
  • Publisher: Alban Inst (December 1987)
  • Rating: 4.8/5
  • Votes: 215
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Who Ministers to Ministers: A Study of Support Systems for Clergy and Spouses ePub download

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This book has a significant reach and will be found useful to the person who brand new to the study of the Bible or to the professional Pastor who is looking to brush up his or her skills as a Biblical exegete. Section One, Orientation, begins by introducing the task. Exegesis is defined by Gorman as an investigation of the many dimensions, or textures, of a particular text (11). Gorman notes that Close analysi. equires. areful attention to its historical and literary contexts (69).

This book makes a good resource for an adult study or a church board that wants to take stewardship, discipleship, and mission seriously. Clergy Wellness and Mutual Ministry: A Resource for Clergy and Congregations. It is also a good resource to speak to clergy about personal faithful stewardship. Hotchkiss, Dan. Ministry and Money: A Guide for Clergy and Their Friends. Alban Institute, 2002. Frank, straightforward guidance for clergy seeking to develop a sound theology of money and skills for church administration, Ministry and Money also puts forth a new strategy for self-care, and a confident approach to managing both personal and congregational finances.

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The Minister's Dilemma The Christian Century. Gilbert R. Rendle, Behavioral Covenants in Congregations: A Handbook for Honoring Differences (Bethesda, MD: Alban Institute, 1999). The Professional Model of Ministry-Is It Worth Saving? As One with Authority: Reflective Leadership in Ministry. Jackson W. Carroll, Barbara Hargrove, and Adair T. Lummis, Women of the Cloth: A New Opportunity for the Churches (San Francisco: Harper & Row, 1983), 42-3. Hahn, and the Alban Institute, Ministry for a New Time: Case Study for. Jan 1995.

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Excellent for content to include in my Ph.D. Timely receipt. Recommend to congregants and pastors as well as regional and national pastoral leaders.
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Great resource!
Lemana
For those concerned to support clergy and spouses in time of stress, this book is much reading. The author offers well-documented analysis, sound theological insight, and first hand experience as both support receiver and support giver. By its nature, the life of clergy is stress-filled. Her study explores the underlying factors that block existing clergy support systems. She also makes sound recommendations that clergy and spouses, seminary leaders, and denominational staff will find most helpful.
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