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Ministry of the Laity Hardcover – June 1, 1986. by James D. Anderson (Author), Ezra Earl Jones (Author). This is one of the author's more technical books but you can not go wrong with whatever he writes.
Ministry of the Laity Hardcover – June 1, 1986.
The Management of Ministry : Building Leadership in a Changing World. Anderson and Ezra E. Jones. Select Format: Hardcover.
The Management of Ministry provides a way to understand the context of the individual church in its community. Hard cover, 202 pages, jacket intact. In this manner the church is able to define its own priorities and identify the best means to attain them. This book is previously owned, it is in new condition, no visible page highlighting.
Jones and Anderson, both ministers and management experts, aim at helping pastors and their lay assistants through the usual crises: dwindling congregations, church-community conflicts, counterproductive group meetings, dissension over liturgy, politics, and so on. They start out from. They start out from the principle that the church's primary job is ""accepting people in weakness to return them to the world in strength. This means on the one hand that success must be measured by the quality of ""lives renewed,"" and not by cold institutional standards
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The Management of Ministry. ISBN 9780060602352 (978-0-06-060235-2) Hardcover, Harper & Row, 1978. Find signed collectible books: 'The Management of Ministry'.
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James Anderson (c. 1679/1680 – 1739) was a Scottish writer and minister born and educated in Aberdeen, Scotland. He was ordained a minister in the Church of Scotland in 1707 and moved to London, where he ministered to the Glass House Street congregation until 1710, to the Presbyterian church in Swallow Street until 1734, and at Lisle Street Chapel until his death. He is reported to have lost a large sum of money in the South Sea Company crash of 1720.
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