Friendship at the Margins: Discovering Mutuality in Service and Mission, by Christopher L. Heuertz and Christine D. Pohl. This book is part of the Resources for Reconciliation series, which pairs field-based practitioners with academics. Together Heuertz and Pohl explore relationships between people in dire need and those who seek to serve them.
From Midterms to Ministry: Practical Theologians on Pastoral Beginnings
Allan Hugh Cole Jr., ed.
Not Ashamed of the Gospel: Sermons from Paul's Letter to the Romans
We Preach Not Ourselves: Paul on Proclamation
Michael P. Knowles
Founding Faith: Providence, Politics and the Birth of Religious Freedom in America
Reaching Out in a Networked World: Expressing Your Congregation's Heart and Soul
Lynne M. Baab
Tribal Church: Ministering to the Missing Generation
Carol Howard Merritt
Can a Sistah Get a Little Help: Encouragement for Black Women in Ministry
Teresa L. Fry Brown
Losers, Loners, and Rebels: The Spiritual Struggles of Boys
Robert C. Dykstra, Allan Hugh Cole Jr. and Donald Capps
Hope in Conflict: Discovering Wisdom in Congregational Turmoil
David R. Sawyer
Sage Sisters: Essential Lessons for African American Women in Ministry
When the longtime professor of preaching at Bethsaida Theological Seminary retired, no one at the school could have predicted the ordeal that lay ahead. A search committee was appointed, and a position description crafted. The candidate needed to have a Ph.D., an appreciation for Bethsaida’s theological tradition and at least some experience as a pastor and as a teacher of preaching.
If the United States and Great Britain are “two nations separated by a common language,” then perhaps Christian theologians of the two countries are “separated by a common theology.” American and British theologians often find themselves in significant agreement—drawing on similar sources and reaching shared conclusi
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