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Spring : Integrity

Volume 9
Spring

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In this Issue
FROM THE EDITORS
HOW PURE MUST A PASTOR BE?
A Leadership Forum
The Character Question
The Character Question
How the church has answered throughout history.
BEING MORAL ISN'T ALWAYS ENOUGH
What you may do and what you should do are two different things.
ACCOUNTABILITY THAT MAKES SENSE
How can you talk in a healthy way about the difficult issues of money, sex, and power?
What I Can and Can't Discuss at Home
What I Can and Can't Discuss at Home
Candor and compassion may lead in different directions.
KEY QUESTIONS IN MARITAL COUNSELING
Most second marriages fail, but helping couples face the issues squarely improves their chances for success.
LEARNING THE HARD WAY
THE WHIMSICAL SEVEN
A look at the cartoonists whose pens loose your laughter.
PIECING TOGETHER A SHATTERED CHURCH
How do you minister to a congregation whose trust has been broken?
AN AIDS POLICY: TWO CHURCHES' SEARCH
What official stance should a congregation take toward members with AIDS?
CARING FOR HOMOSEXUALS WITH AIDS
Richard C. Eyer
STARING AT A JUDGMENT CALL
You wish issues were clear-cut. But sometimes you're torn between two druthers. Then what?
HOLDING YOUR GROUND
How to maintain your integrity when everyone wants you to give in.
WATER IN THE WADERS
GAINING RESPECT THE OLD-FASHIONED WAY
How to earn the congregation's esteem--and what to do when you don't get it.
INTEGRITY UNDER PRESSURE
An interview with Mark O Hatfield.
THE BACK PAGE
Endangered by Endowments?
POLICIES AND PROCEDURES REGARDING AIDS
Turning Points: 8 Ethical Choices
Turning Points: 8 Ethical Choices
Some decisions in the ministry are complex ... and unavoidable.
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