Ministry Between Miracles

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Xulon Press, 2002 - Religion - 168 pages
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Contents

History of SpiritLed Pastoral Care
1
Major Themes in the Church Fathers
2
The Trained Pastor
3
Pastoral Duties
5
Discerner
7
Marriage Counselor
8
Middle Ages and PreReformation Period
10
Incarnational Presence
11
Hierarchy of Needs
78
Whole Person Assessment
79
Unique Aspects
80
Five Key Questions
81
Donald Capps Model
82
Serious Mental Illness
83
Explanation of Symptoms
84
What the Clergy Can Do
86

HopeBearer
12
PostReformation Period
13
A Thematic History
15
Pastoral Care in America
17
Modern SpiritLed Pastoral Care
20
A Look Ahead
25
A Pentecostal Theology of Pastoral Ministry
27
A Personal Theology
28
Important Questions Arise
30
Pastoral Authority
33
Purpose of Ministry
35
Recent Writings
37
Holy Spirit in Ministry
38
Theological Presuppositions
40
Pastoral Ministry of Healing
43
Caring The Heart of Pastoral Care
45
Characteristics of Caregivers
46
Caring as Relationship
47
Ingredients of Caring
49
Listening to Stories
50
Patience
51
Ways of Caring
52
Other Ways
53
Hazards
54
The Psychological Side of Pastoral Care
57
Relationship
58
Congruence
59
Biblical Concepts
60
Listening
65
Understanding
66
Comforting
67
Chronic Suffering
68
Resources
70
Developing a Psychological Theory
71
Conclusion
72
Assessment in Pastoral Care
73
Need for Assessment
74
Stages of Life
75
Maturational Needs of Adults
77
Moving from Assessment to Planning for Care
88
Mathews Spiritual Assessment Model based on the Fruits of the Spirit
89
A Clinical Model of Care Ministry for the Church
91
A FiveFold Ministry of Healing
92
Referral
93
Prayer
94
Wrong Assumptions
95
Exorcism
96
Effective Principles
97
Recognition of Personal Space
98
A Pastoral View of Pain and Suffering
99
Suffering as Viewed by Augustine
102
Suffering as Viewed by E Stanley Jones
103
Universal Responses to Suffering
104
Suffering in View of the Cross
105
Suffering as Viewed by Leslie Weatherhead
106
Suffering as Viewed by Dietrich Bonhoeffer
107
Suffering as Viewed by George Bui trick
108
Suffering as Viewed by Carl Berner
110
Suffering as Viewed by Edith Schaeffer
111
Suffering as Viewed by Paul Tournier
112
Suffering as Viewed by Carl Glover
114
Suffering as Viewed by Ruth Vaughn
115
Suffering as Viewed by Thomson K Mathew
118
A SpiritLed Model for Pastoral Care
121
Historical Perspective
122
Eschatological Evangelism
123
Biblical Counseling Concepts
124
Enabling Persons to Listen to the Voice of God
125
Enabling Persons to Learn the Will of God
127
Enabling Persons to Live the Kingdom Life
128
Enabling Persons to Live a Life of Loyalty to Jesus
130
A Model Built on Hope
131
Wholeness as Healing
132
Conclusion
134
Works Cited
135
Index
141
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