God's potters : pastoral leadership and the shaping of congregations / Jackson W. Carroll ; with the assistance of Becky R. McMillan.

By: Carroll, Jackson W
Contributor(s): McMillan, Becky R
Material type: TextTextSeries: Pulpit and pew series: Publisher: Grand Rapids, Mich. : William B. Eerdmans Pub., c2006Description: xvi, 296 p. ; 23 cmISBN: 0802863205 (pbk. : alk. paper)Subject(s): Pastoral theology | Christian leadershipLOC classification: BV4011.3 | .C37 2006
Contents:
Pastoral leadership at the beginning of the 21st century -- The social and cultural context in which clergy work -- Who are God's potters today? -- What do clergy do? : the work of ordained ministry -- How do pastors lead? : leadership and cultural production -- Potters' problems : commitment, satisfaction, and health -- "A manner of life worthy of the gospel" : exploring the meaning of excellence in ministry and pastoral leadership -- Strengthening pastoral leadership and nurturing excellence : some strategies -- Appendix A: research methods -- Appendix B: interview protocol and response frequencies.
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Includes bibliographical references (p. 278-288) and index.

Pastoral leadership at the beginning of the 21st century -- The social and cultural context in which clergy work -- Who are God's potters today? -- What do clergy do? : the work of ordained ministry -- How do pastors lead? : leadership and cultural production -- Potters' problems : commitment, satisfaction, and health -- "A manner of life worthy of the gospel" : exploring the meaning of excellence in ministry and pastoral leadership -- Strengthening pastoral leadership and nurturing excellence : some strategies -- Appendix A: research methods -- Appendix B: interview protocol and response frequencies.

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