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by Dr. Peggy Way

Download Created by God: Pastoral Care for All God's People eBook
ISBN:
0827204973
Author:
Dr. Peggy Way
Category:
Churches & Church Leadership
Language:
English
Publisher:
Chalice Press (May 1, 2005)
Pages:
192 pages
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In ten cogent and compassionate essays, Peggy Way introduces concepts of pastoral theology that will open the way for congregations not only to care, but to be car Created by God is an introduction to pastoral care from a theological perspective, one that argues toward a definition of pastoral care as bearing faithful witness to the joy of creation and the goodness of. God.

Created By God. Pastoral Care For All God's People. by Peggy Way. Published May 31, 2005 by Chalice Press.

Conrad Mbewe has provided us with a most useful book, written from within an African . Though grounded in Africa, his insights are applicable in all six continents and will come in handy for all who are called to pastoral ministry.

Conrad Mbewe has provided us with a most useful book, written from within an African context for preachers everywhere. Pastoral Preaching is full of biblical insight to equip pastors for what must be one of the most crucial, and yet challenging, leadership callings in Africa today - the pastor in the local church. His adept treatment of the role of pastoral preaching is a good contribution to both church health and church growth.

Created by God is an introduction to pastoral care from a theological perspective, one that argues toward a definition of pastoral care as bearing faithful witness to the joy of creation and the goodness of God. In ten cogent and compassionate essays, Peggy Way introduces concepts of pastoral theology that will open the way for congregations not only to care, but to be caring places. Each essay connects a practical theology of pastoral care with the ordinary world of congregations.

Created by God is an introduction to pastoral care from a theological perspective, one that argues toward a definition of pastoral care as bearing faithful witness.

the AACC and Thomas Nelson Publishers. Published in Nashville, Tennessee, by Thomas Nelson, Inc. All rights reserved. He is Professor of Counseling and Pastoral Care, and Executive Director of the Liberty University Center for Counseling and Family Studies; and was recently Distinguished Visiting Professor in the Regent University School of Psychology and Counseling.

В оригинале: All God's people – часть цитаты из английского перевода Послания к Филиппийцам святого апостола Павла: All God's people here send you greetings, especially those who belong to Caesar's household (4:22)

В оригинале: All God's people – часть цитаты из английского перевода Послания к Филиппийцам святого апостола Павла: All God's people here send you greetings, especially those who belong to Caesar's household (4:22). В русском переводе: "Приветствуют вас все святые, а наипаче из кесарева дома". Здесь и далее – точные и неточные цитаты из Библии.

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Created by God is an introduction to pastoral care from a theological perspective, one that argues toward a definition of pastoral care as bearing faithful witness to the joy of creation and the goodness of God. In ten cogent and compassionate essays, Peggy Way introduces concepts of pastoral theology that will open the way for congregations not only to care, but to be caring places. Each essay connects a practical theology of pastoral care with the ordinary world of congregations. It is an invitation to new ways of thinking about care and new possibilities in responding faithfully, realistically, and creatively to the woes and gifts of the human creature.
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Wonderful read!
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Great insight into the struggles between joy and dread that should define post-modern pastoral care in a historic context of continual struggle.