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Ministerial Ethics

Author: T. Burton Pierce
Publisher:
ISBN: 9781607311720
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Helps ministers deal with ethical decisions and dilemmas. Answers questions concering ethics in three featured parts: The basis for Christian Ethics, Scipture, Ethics and Church Doctrine, and Ethics in Practical Ministry.

Ministerial Ethics

Author: Joe E. Trull
Publisher: Baker Academic
ISBN: 0801027551
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Provides both new and experienced pastors with tools for sharpening their personal and professional decision-making skills. Updated and expanded.

Good Pastors Bad Pastors

Author: Dela Quampah
Publisher: Wipf and Stock Publishers
ISBN: 162564051X
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The emergence of Pentecostalism in Ghana has attracted a massive following and generated institutions that have significantly impacted Christian discourse and national life. The movement has produced prominent leaders who have developed exemplary Christian education programs and generated volumes of Christian literature unprecedented in Ghanaian Christianity. Nevertheless, public opinion often upbraids church leaders for unethical conduct. Despite the concern for high moral standards set by Pentecostal church polity and ministerial ethical codes, reports of Pentecostal ministerial misconduct appear regularly in the media. Although congregation members and perceptive public observers appreciate the constructive moral impact of Pentecostal ministers, instances of promiscuity, power abuse, financial misappropriation, and superstition reveal a gap between ethical ideals and practice. As this research reveals, factors behind unethical ministerial conduct include inadequate training, poor accountability, and a general low level of ethical reflection. Good Pastors, Bad Pastors suggests that a multidimensional approach of responsible reportage, emphatic moral education, appropriate but sympathetic response to moral failure, and peer-review accountability could help uphold a higher standard of ministerial ethics.

Geistliche Leiterschaft

Author: John Oswald Sanders
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ISBN: 9783932308550
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Mit einer Gesamtauflage von über 500.000 Exp. hat sich dieses Buch als ein zeitloser Klassiker zum Thema Leiterschaft erwiesen. Die Gemeinde braucht Leiter, die sich selbst von Gott leiten lassen und sich ihm ganz und gar hingeben. Geistliche Leiterschaft möchte Sie dazu ermutigen, Ihre Talente und Kräfte Gott zur Verfügung zu stellen und in seinem Dienst brauchbarer zu werden. Zitat von John MacArthur: >Dieses Buch sollte der ständige Begleiter jedes Unterhirten im Dienste des Heilands sein. Am hilfreichsten ist die Tatsache, dass nicht Methoden, sondern der Charakter, die Hingabe und das Leben vor Gott betont werden. Ich habe das Buch immer wieder gelesen um die Grundlagen meiner Aufgabe besser zu begreifen und habe es dem gesamten Leiter-Team unserer Gemeinde zum Lesen gegeben.

Leadership Challenge

Author: James M. Kouzes
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 9783527503742
Size: 74.63 MB
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Through research, interviews and the experience of hundreds of managers, Kouzes and Posner show how leadership can be learned and mastered by all. Readable, interesting, and up-to-date. Highly recommended.--Library Journal.

Church Management And Ministerial Ethics Made Simple

Author: Michael M. Charway
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
ISBN: 1514491990
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Managing a church has never been easy, because one is dealing with both the spiritual and the physical, among other things. Most often, the physical aspect is completely neglected, resulting in administrative chaos. At times, ethics is thrown to the background, resulting in moral failures. This book addresses all this issues and is a perfect handbook for any minister.