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Sorting It Out

Author: Alice R. Cullinan
Publisher:
ISBN: 9780817013028
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Analyzes what a call is, provides many examples of how others have received the call, considers the different kinds of ministry opportunities, and offers advice on how to proceed once one discerns a calling from God.

Preparing For Ministry

Author: George M. Hillman
Publisher: Kregel Academic
ISBN: 0825497337
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Most seminaries now require their students to get real world training by way of supervised theological field education. This volume presents the wide array of issues that must be understood in order to integrate theological education and practical ministry, including the importance of theological field education, its purpose and challenges, the need for flexibility in meeting different students' needs, and the resources available to create a meaningful and educational experience.

Divine Callings

Author: Richard N. Pitt
Publisher: NYU Press
ISBN: 0814768237
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The idea that multiple personalities can exist within the same body has long captured the Western imagination. From Three Faces of Eve to Sybil, from Pyscho to Raising Caine, from 60 Minutes to Oprah to One Life to Live, we are captivated by the fate of multiples who, divided against themselves, wreak havoc in the lives of others. Why do we find multiple personality disorder (MPD) so fascinating? Perhaps because each of us is aware of a dividedness within ourselves: we often feel as if we are one person on the job, another with our families, another with our friends and lovers. We may fantasize that these inner discrepancies will someday break free, that within us lie other personalities--genius, lover, criminal--that will take us over and render us strangers to our very selves. What happens when such a transformation literally occurs, when an alter personality surfaces and commits some heinous deed? What do we do when a Billy Milligan is arrested for a series of rapes and robberies, of which the original personality, Billy, is utterly oblivious? What happens when a Juanita Maxwell, taken over by her alter personality, Wanda, becomes enraged and commits a murder which would horrify Juanita? Who really committed these deeds? Are alter personalities people? Are they centers of consciousness which are akin to people? Mere parts of a deeply divided person? Who should held accountable for the crimes? Which is more appropriate--punishment or treatment? In Jekyll on Trial, Elyn R. Saks carefully delineates how MPD forces us to re-examine our central concepts of personhood, responsibility, and punishment. Drawing on law, psychiatry, and philosophy, Saks explores the nature of alter personalities, and shows how different conceptualizations bear on criminal responsibility. A wide-ranging and deeply informed book, Jekyll on Trial is must reading for anyone interested in law, criminal justice, psychiatry, or human behavior.

From Postlude To Prelude

Author: C. Randall Bradley
Publisher: BookBaby
ISBN: 0944529674
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Newly Updated 2nd Edition! Featuring current language relating to worship styles and terminology; updated sections regarding instruments and technology; reorganized in order to provide better flow and readability; original appendices removed or integrated into the body of the book; significant updates to chapters dealing with: pastoral care concerns, interviewing and job searches, working with volunteers, facility design, and equipment management. Designed for church music classes and those currently involved in leading music ministries.

Preventing Ministry Failure

Author: Michael Todd Wilson
Publisher: InterVarsity Press
ISBN: 0830834443
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Brad Hoffman and Michael Todd Wilson present this workbook designed to be used by people in vocational ministry, alongside their peers, to safeguard them from burnout, moral failure and spiritual exhaustion.