An Introduction to Christian Ministry: Following Your Vocation in the Church of England
Church House Publishing, 2000 - 128 páginas
This handbook investigates the Christian ministry providing an introduction to what the Bible says as well as addressing developments from the history of the Church. It considers crucial issues for the contemporary Christian, including the ministry of the whole church, women in leadership, working together and handling failure. The book also provides insight into the workings of the Church of England and how one becomes an ordained minister.
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