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Learning for Ministry: Making the most of study and training

Learning for Ministry: Making the most of study and training

by Steven Croft, Roger Walton
     
 

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This user-friendly handbook is essential reading for all embarking on a course of training for Christian ministry, lay or ordained. Designed to reduce the fear factor and you make the most of your study and training, it covers:

How we learn best;
Work/life balance;
Knowing God better;
Studying the Bible;
Worship and prayer;
Knowing

Overview

This user-friendly handbook is essential reading for all embarking on a course of training for Christian ministry, lay or ordained. Designed to reduce the fear factor and you make the most of your study and training, it covers:

How we learn best;
Work/life balance;
Knowing God better;
Studying the Bible;
Worship and prayer;
Knowing yourself better;
What is theological reflection;
Vocations, gifts and ministry.

Editorial Reviews

Philip Luscombe
‘An excellent - and ecumenically aware - practical guide for those about to begin training for lay and ordained ministries, and those considering their call.’
Jan Berry
'Intended primarily for those preparing for recognised ministries in the Anglican and Methodist traditions, this book offers a realistic, practical and honest introduction to the complexities of ministerial formation.'
Sarah Partridge
'An excellent and comprehensive account of what to expect during ministerial training...I wish it had been written a year ago!'

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780715142783
Publisher:
Hymns Ancient and Modern Ltd
Publication date:
12/20/2011
Pages:
220
Product dimensions:
6.10(w) x 9.10(h) x 0.60(d)

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