Developing in Ministry Paperback
Handbook for Effective Christian Learning & Training
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Developing in Ministry
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Developing in Ministry by Neil Evans was published by SPCK in October 2012 and is our 29173rd best seller. The ISBN for Developing in Ministry is 9780281063987.
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Developing in MinistryJohnny Douglas, via The Good Book Stall
Growth and openness to challenge and development is vital to healthy pastoral leadership.
Neil Evans offers a robust and engaging volume in the SPCK Library of Ministry series. It seeks to apply learning and training to development with a clearest application for Anglican clergy. There is insight, functionality and context strongly explored in this dense new title.
There is particular wisdom in the culture and communities that are engaged with. Scripture, story and service are well tied together also. There is something for most in this title, and with much value in application.
With a light academic touch, this workbook format in content will doubtless go on to be a reference book of much helpfulness for many a study long into the future. This is thoroughly practical and gently provocative.
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"Working with Neil on clergy development is a joy, because he does the stuff he writes about. Developing in Ministry is analytical, reflective, practical and helpfully provocative. Grab it, dip into it and form your own ideas on how to develop the clergy and laity in our churches. It’s excellent stuff." - The Rt Revd Pete Broadbent, Bishop of Willesden
"This book is a treasure trove of practical wisdom designed to inspire and deepen ministry in and for the whole people of God. One of the guiding questions of the book is ‘What difference does it make?’: in my view, this book has the potential to make a huge difference not only to how we think about ministry but most importantly to how we do it." - Dr Paula Gooder, writer and theologian
Details for Developing in Ministry
|Author / Artist||Neil Evans|
|Publisher||SPCK (October 2012)|
|Number of Pages||160|
|Page last updated||24th February 2018|