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Introducing the practice of ministry / Kathleen A. Cahalan.

By: Material type: TextTextPublisher: Collegeville, Minn. : Liturgical Press, ©2010Description: 1 online resource (xii, 181 pages)Content type:
  • text
Media type:
  • computer
Carrier type:
  • online resource
ISBN:
  • 9780814639283
  • 0814639283
Subject(s): Additional physical formats: Print version:: Introducing the practice of ministryDDC classification:
  • 253 22
LOC classification:
  • BV4011.3 .C34 2010eb
Online resources:
Contents:
The call and practice of Christian discipleship -- Gifts for service : charisms and vocation in the Christian life -- Vocation to ministry : leadership in the Christian community -- Jesus and the spirit's charisms in relationship to the six practices of ministry -- Understanding ministry as practice -- Learning to practice ministry -- The practice of the Trinity.
Summary: Ministry is often examined in terms of who the minister is, not what the minister does. But the vocation to ministry must be understood as a call to identity as well as to practice, one that is rooted in Jesus'life and ministry as well as the Spirit's charisms. InIntroducing the Practice of Ministry Kathleen A. Cahalan defines ministerial leadership as carried out through the practices of teaching, preaching, pastoral care, worship, social ministry, and administration for the sake of nurturing the life of discipleship in the community of believers. In her examination of charisms for each of the practices of ministry, Cahalan presents readers with a Trinitarian foundation, noting that the practices of discipleship and ministry have their origin in the very practices of God.'Kathleen A. Cahalan is associate professor of theology at Saint John's University School of Theology, Seminary in Collegeville, Minnesota. She is author of Formed in the Image of Christ: The Sacramental-Moral Theology of Bernard Häring (Liturgical Press, 2004) and Projects That Matter: Successful Planning and Evaluation for Religious Organizations (Alban Institute, 2003). She is the past-president of the Association of Practical Theology.'
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Includes bibliographical references and indexes.

The call and practice of Christian discipleship -- Gifts for service : charisms and vocation in the Christian life -- Vocation to ministry : leadership in the Christian community -- Jesus and the spirit's charisms in relationship to the six practices of ministry -- Understanding ministry as practice -- Learning to practice ministry -- The practice of the Trinity.

Ministry is often examined in terms of who the minister is, not what the minister does. But the vocation to ministry must be understood as a call to identity as well as to practice, one that is rooted in Jesus'life and ministry as well as the Spirit's charisms. InIntroducing the Practice of Ministry Kathleen A. Cahalan defines ministerial leadership as carried out through the practices of teaching, preaching, pastoral care, worship, social ministry, and administration for the sake of nurturing the life of discipleship in the community of believers. In her examination of charisms for each of the practices of ministry, Cahalan presents readers with a Trinitarian foundation, noting that the practices of discipleship and ministry have their origin in the very practices of God.'Kathleen A. Cahalan is associate professor of theology at Saint John's University School of Theology, Seminary in Collegeville, Minnesota. She is author of Formed in the Image of Christ: The Sacramental-Moral Theology of Bernard Häring (Liturgical Press, 2004) and Projects That Matter: Successful Planning and Evaluation for Religious Organizations (Alban Institute, 2003). She is the past-president of the Association of Practical Theology.'

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