Pastor as Person

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Fortress Press, 1984 - Religion - 172 pages
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Harbaugh captures your interest with dramatic stories of the inner lives of working pastors, weaving these stories into patterns of meaning from his own reflection and research. An excellent study guide for the individual pastor, the pastor's support group, or the seminary class that really wants to come to grips with the dilemmas of being a person who is also a pastor.
 

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Contents

Acknowledgments
7
A Wholistic Model
13
The Pastor as a Physical Person
38
The Pastor as a Thinking Person
62
The Pastor as a Feeling Person
83
The Conflicts of Pastor Chris
103
The Notsonew Morality
120
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About the author (1984)

Gary L. Harbaugh, Ph.D., is Professor Emeritus of Pastoral Care, Trinity Lutheran Seminary. He served for ten years as a pastoral resource in the Care for the Caregiver ministry of Lutheran Disaster Response. Dr. Harbaugh's books on spirituality and Christian life include God's Gifted People and The Confident Christian, both available from Augsburg Fortress.

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