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Winter 1991: Men & Women

Volume 12
Winter

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In this Issue
FROM THE EDITORS
THE CHURCH'S SEXUAL GRAPHICS
The results of a Leadership survey.
What kinds of facts?
POSTURES
...AND APPROACHES
WHAT DO MEN WANT?
The secrets of vital men's ministry
MINISTRY TO MEN
Ways to include men in the church's preaching, plans, and programs.
MINISTRIES AMONG TODAY'S WOMEN
Reaching women means aiming at moving and multiple targets.
STRADDLING THE GREAT DIVIDE
With stay-at-home and career women, PTA moms and home schoolers in the same church, how do you minister to today's fragmented womanhood?
HOW WE REVITALIZED OUR WOMEN'S GROUP
MARRIED TO THE MAN AND THE MINISTRY
Amid changing expectations, the minister's mate chooses a challenging role.
WHAT ABOUT THE PASTORATE
The confessions of a pastor no longer under pressure--and longing for it.
DOUBLE DOORS FOR SINGLES MINISTRY
Sometimes singles don't find their way through the church's front door.
THE RESPONSES OF EFFECTIVE CHURCHES
HOW TO DRUGPROOOF YOUR CHURCH KIDS
What the pastor can do to help.
WHEN A PASTORAL COLLEAGUE FALLS
How one staff person and church responded to their pastor's failings.
CARING FOR THE CONGREGATION'S CAREGIVERS
Among the most important recipients of pastoral care are the church leaders.
RESUME STOPPERS
THE RECRUITER
FIRM LOVE FOR A CLINGING PERSONALITY
What do you do when a parishioner loves you--with a deathlike grip?
IDEAS THAT WORK
Everyone's Pastor, No One's Friend
Everyone's Pastor, No One's Friend
Church leaders are seldom alone but often lonely.
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