Learning for Ministry: Making the Most of Study and Training

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Church House Publishing, 2005 - 210 pages
This user-friendly handbook is essential reading for all embarking on a course of training for Christian ministry, lay or ordained. Designed to reduce the fear factor and you make the most of your study and training, it covers:

How we learn best;
Work/life balance;
Knowing God better;
Studying the Bible;
Worship and prayer;
Knowing yourself better;
What is theological reflection;
Vocations, gifts and ministry.

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Contents

Engaging with Scripture
28
Exploring the Christian tradition
40
Gifts vocation and ministry
55
Understanding formation
68
Balancing life
79
Learning in transition and community
94
Learning about your own Church and other Churches
109
Skills for ministry
121
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135
Theological reflection
149
Learning well
163
Assessment and learning
179
Four pictures of Christian learning
193
Notes
199
Index of biblical references
208
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