The Contemplative Minister Paperback
Learning to Lead from the Still Centre
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A Bird's Eye View from Eden
Drawing on experience and in-service training Rev Ian Cowley offers practical advice in amongst the pressure of ministry
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The Contemplative Minister
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The church landscape has now moved on considerably since Peterson's book was published 20 years ago, both in the USA and the UK. Electronic media, multi-parish appointments and the ever increasing stress and demands of modern-day ministry have continued to challenge church leaders aggressively. Today, many are looking for a different way of being in ministry, a better way of serving Christ than the relentless busyness and pressure that have become the norm. But how?
Ian Cowley, Coordinator of Vocations and Spirituality in Salisbury Diocese, offers direction for contemplative leaders in the 21st century, drawing on his South African roots and the influence of contemplative leaders such as Desmond Tutu. He explains practically how to prioritise a relationship with God and lead others into that relationship, creating a shared ministry to allow the leader to nurture faith and spirituality amid the hectic life that is ministry today
The Contemplative Minister by Ian Cowley was published by BRF in June 2015 and is our 18137th best seller. The ISBN for The Contemplative Minister is 9780857463609.
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Details for The Contemplative Minister
|Author / Artist||Ian Cowley|
|Publisher||BRF (June 2015)|
|Number of Pages||160|
|Page last updated||3rd June 2017|