Congregations: Their Power to Form and Transform

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Carl Ellis Nelson
Westminster John Knox Press, 1 sty 1988 - 287

C. Ellis Nelson has collaborated with and collected the works of ten leaders experienced in congregational affairs to design and produce a resource that helps ministers and lay leaders understand the dynamics of congregations. The result is an engaging collection that will help pastors and church leaders invigorate their congregations.

 

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WHY THIS BOOK ON CONGREGATIONS?
1
MEMORY IN CONGREGATIONAL LIFE
20
WHY Do PEOPLE CONGREGATE?
70
USING CHURCH IMAGES FOR COMMITMENT
89
CENTERS OF VISION AND ENERGY
114
MEDITATION
141
A SACRAMENTAL APPROACH
166
PAIDEIA IN A NEW KEY
193
INFORMAL CONVERSATION
218
FORMING AND TRANSFORMING GRACE
238
RESOURCES
265
NOTES ON CONTRIBUTORS
285
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C. Ellis Nelson is President Emeritus of Louisville Presbyterian Theological Seminary in Louisville, Kentucky and Research Professor of Christian Education at Austin Theological Seminary in Austin, Texas. He is the author of several books including How Faith Matures and Helping Teenagers Grow Morally: A Guide for Adults, both published by WJK.

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