Time to Heal Handbook: The Development of Good Practice in the Healing Ministry
Church House Publishing, 2000 - Healing - 58 pages
This handbook is a summary version of the longer "A Time to Heal" report. It provides a guide on the report from the Church of England on the ministry of healing. The report offers an overview of the current state of this ministry, a look at how the ministry takes shape at local level, and a framework for the development of the healing ministry in the 21st century. There are answers to key questions, guidelines for good practice, and radical recommendations for improved effectiveness.
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Good Practice in the Healing Ministry
House of Bishops Draft Guidelines
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