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Publication Date: 15 Mar 2012
Publisher: SPCK Publishing
Page Count: 192
Author: Gordon Oliver
ISBN-13: 9780281063642, 9780281068494

Ministry without Madness

By Gordon Oliver
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Summary
In previous generations, ministers often enjoyed high job satisfaction. They could be clear about who they were and what they were for. Today, they are increasingly anxious about role confusion, overload and burnout. Drawing on his abundant experience in hands-on ministry and ministry education, Gordon Oliver speaks directly, with faith and with hopefulness to these realities. He explores the covenant that exists between ministers and their churches and provides a clear evaluation of the structures, constraints and freedoms of ministry. With real-life stories and insightful questions for reflection, his thought-provoking guide helps ministers, and those who support them, work together to fulfill ministers' true calling.
About the Author
Canon Gordon Oliver is an Anglican priest who has served in urban, suburban and rural parishes, taught practical theology in seminaries, and led the ministry and training department in Rochester Diocese. He has wide experience in training and supporting clergy and lay people for their ministries, in offering retreats, and as a spiritual director. He is currently Rector of two parishes in Kent and is the author of Holy Bible, Human Bible: Questions pastoral practice must ask.

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