Tools for Reflective Ministry Paperback
SPCK Library of Ministry
by Sally Nash; Paul Nash;
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Tools for Reflective Ministry
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Topics covered include: using metaphor in reflection; spiritual practices for reflection; reframing the past, imagining the future, understanding the present; using culture in reflection; reflecting without words; reflecting with nature; reflecting together.
Dr Sally Nash is Director of the Midlands Centre for Youth Ministry and has been involved in Christian youth work for twenty-five years, mainly in the support and training of youth workers.
Revd Paul Nash is Senior Chaplin at Birmingham Children’s Hospital and a Tutor at the Midlands Centre for Youth Ministry.
Tools for Reflective Ministry by Sally Nash; Paul Nash was published by SPCK in July 2009 and is our 24135th best seller. The ISBN for Tools for Reflective Ministry is 9780281059935.
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Tools for Reflective MinistryPam Sanders, via The Good Book Stall
This book is more like a well-ordered toolbox rather than a disparate collection of spanners, drills, hammers and odd things which seem to have arcane purposes. In this toolbox the spanners are stored according to size, the drills have all the bits (and the chuck key) with them, the hammers are not rusty and the odd things come with clear instructions.
As a resource for reflecting on ministry it is accessible and comprehensive, complete with a good index and a contents list which remove some of the frustrations I have experienced with other books of the ‘I know it is in here somewhere, but where?’ variety.
Anyone new to such reflecting should find it a good guide and be able to discover the kind of reflective pattern which best answers their need at the moment; revisiting the book on a regular basis will enable one to move on if necessary, to combine ideas and styles of reflection. Those used to reflecting will find fresh ideas and ways of using their current tools – and perhaps restocking their toolboxes.
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Details for Tools for Reflective Ministry
|Page last updated||10th September 2016|
|Author / Artist||Sally Nash; Paul Nash|
|Publisher||SPCK (July 2009)|
|Number of Pages||192|