Pastoral Care with Children in Crisis
Westminster John Knox Press, 1. 1. 1985 - 143 strán (strany)
In this helpful book Andrew D. Lester, noted teacher and experienced counselor, challenges ministers to take up an often neglected task--caring for the children of the parish. It is the pastor's role, Lester says, to make 'spiritual sense out of the chaos of crisis.' he looks to the ministry of Jesus as the model for faithful, effective ministry and illustrates how a pastor's relationship with troubled children can have a significant impact on their spiritual and psychological development.
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The Pastoral Neglect of Children
Children Are Parishioners Too
What Children in Crisis Need from the Pastor
Some Basic Principles of Pastoral Care to Children
Pastoral Care Through Art
Storytelling and Pastoral Care
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