Pastoral Practices A Wesleyan Paradigm

ISBN-10: 0834130092

ISBN-13: 9780834130098

Edition: 2013

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Description: Pastoring is tough. The challenges are many, expectations are high, and tasks are wide ranging. Pastoral Practices is a guide to help pastors draw on the insights of Wesleyan theology and incorporate them into their ministries. Whatever the task may be--preaching, discipling, evangelizing, or administrating--this book will shed light on the way Wesleyan theology refines, informs, and enhances the theories and methods of each pastoral practice. Not only will pastors and their associates find this book a worthwhile asset, but lay leaders, small-group facilitators, and others doing ministry in the church will also benefit from its invaluable insight and well-reasoned advice.

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Book details

List price: $19.99
Copyright year: 2013
Publisher: Beacon Hill Press of Kansas City
Publication date: 7/1/2013
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 192
Size: 6.00" wide x 9.00" long x 0.75" tall
Weight: 0.682
Language: English

Christine McDannell and Travis Harrup are the Founders and co-owners of Social Starfish, a full service social media company based in San Diego, CA that designs and runs social media campaigns for restaurants.In 2010, Christine sold Cleanology, an eco-friendly house cleaning company that she built from the ground up using social media and internet strategies. She is also the owner of Adopt-A-Christmas-Tree(tm), which is marketed solely through social media and online PR/advertising. Due to her online efforts, her companies have been mentioned in Oprah Magazine, listed as one of Entrepreneur Magazine's 100 most Innovative Companies, in the San Diego Union Tribune, on Fox News, and on NBC News. In her spare time she enjoys reading, running, cooking, and traveling.Before founding Social Starfish, Travis assisted in management of an internet retail company that was a top-performer in its niche. He was responsible for controlling the company's growth via online marketing sources. During his tenure, the business' profits grew by over 300%. Prior to this, Travis worked in the executive offices of US Airways after graduating from the University of Virginia in 2000. In his spare time, he enjoys basketball, skiing, movies, and travel.

Contributors
A Wesleyan Way to Pastor: Wesleyan Theology as Pastoral Practice
Ordained to Word: Preaching in the Wesleyan Spirit
Ordained to Sacrament: Wesleyan Theology as Sacramental Practice
Responsive to God: Wesleyan Worship as a Means of Spiritually Forming Grace
Representing God: Pastoral Care as a Wesleyan Essential
Standing in the Gap: Wesleyan Foundations for Pastoral Counseling
Filling the Bucket: A Wesleyan Way to Care for Yourself and the Ones You Love
Leading with Basin and Towel: Servant Leadership in a Wesleyan Framework
"Orienteering": Administration as Wesleyan Cooperation
Via Salutis: Discipleship on the Wesleyan Journey
Reaching the Least of These: Hospitality as the Heart of Wesleyan Identity
The Divine Dance: Evangelism in a Wesleyan Matrix
Graceful Inclusion: Special Needs as a Test of Wesleyan Ecclesiology
Wesleyan Contextualization: Pastoral Practices in a Multicultural World
Case Study: Wesleyan Practical Theology at Work in the City
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