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Study Leave report This report describes three theological models for pastoral care; that which is centered on God’s love and grace, pastoral care as gardening,…
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Write “tenderly.” That was the prompting I felt from God as I prayed for the umpteenth time for guidance on how to write this article….
What kinds of records should your parish be keeping? Find out the types of records that your parish should be preserving.
This book by Josh Packard and Ashleigh Hope detail research done in the USA in 2013-2014 interviewing nearly 100 people who, reluctantly, have left the…
This book by Tim Hein, a minister in the Uniting Church in Australia draws on his own and his wife’s experiences of sexual abuse to…
This is Lynne Baab’s latest (2018!), very readable, book offering key principles and practices to help pastoral carers navigate through the challenges people encounter today.
This blog post by Jonathan Aigner provides very helpful insights into the ways contemporary worship music has eroded congregational singing.
This resource is Hamish Galloway’s study leave report from 2015. It draws from wisdom in Deuteronomy to examine the notion of generativity as a way…
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