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Fall : Pastoral Care & Counseling

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In this Issue
Comments From the EditorSubscriber Access Only
Planting Seeds and Watching them GrowSubscriber Access Only
An interview with Dr. Richard C. Halverson
Recycling Pastors*Subscriber Access Only
Good leadership is a limited resource that must be carefully nurtured and renewed. David McKenna advocates a great idea that could go far toward eliminating leadership frustration, waste, and break-down.
Three AnxietiesSubscriber Access Only
A look at pastoral care by a minister who spent six weeks flat on his back.
Are You Asking the Right Questions about your Youth Group?Subscriber Access Only
Few youth leaders disagree that there's a need for effective youth work--it's the how that causes problems. Here are four questions youth workers should ask themselves about their ministry.
A Look at GriefSubscriber Access Only
Tragedy seldom gives warning. A pastor and his wife share how they dealt with a family's grief.
IDEAS THAT WORKSubscriber Access Only
Small Groups: How One Church Does ItSubscriber Access Only
A pastor shares a working model of how Christians can build supporting relationships into each other.
Ministerial Burn outSubscriber Access Only
Burn out is a common hazard that need not destroy its victims.
Lay Counselling Within The Local ChurchSubscriber Access Only
Lay counseling accomplishes many things: it involves members in the work of the church, it provides a fulfilling ministry for lay persons, it takes a load off the pastor. It also solves people's problems.
Seeing Yourself as Others See YouSubscriber Access Only
A Christian leader tells how he embarked on a self-examiniation program at the onset of his fortieth birthday.
MY CHOICE OF BOOKSSubscriber Access Only
Ted Engstrom shares five books that are helping him in ministry.
Winter Past: A Struggle For Emotional HealthSubscriber Access Only
The case study of a patient and a Christian counselor, plus an analysis of why the therapy worked.
Four Philadelphia ChurchesSubscriber Access Only
It's not church polity and ecclesiology that make churches work. A caring mood, a Spirit-led harmony of purpose, and a spontaneous outreach to the needy world develop unity out of diversity.
LEADERSHIP FORUMSubscriber Access Only
How can the counseling demands of the 1980s be met by the local church? Five leaders share their observations.
LEADERSHIP BIBLIOGRAPHYSubscriber Access Only
Pastoral care and counseling
From the Publisher
A Message from the Publisher: October 01, 1980Subscriber Access Only
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