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Details, Details, Details - Leadership Challenges for Servant Leaders (Paperback): John J. Sullivan Details, Details, Details - Leadership Challenges for Servant Leaders (Paperback)
John J. Sullivan
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To micromanage or not to micromanage? that is the question. This is an issue that many leaders struggle with. In Details, Details, Details, John Sullivan examines the reasons why some leaders involve themselves directly in the smallest decisions within their organizations. But is this an appropriate behavior for a servant leader? Sullivan argues that a servant leader assumes a position of trust with and toward his followers and works to develop each person to his full capacity. That requires the delegation of tasks and responsibilities, including leadership responsibilities, from the senior leader to subordinate leaders. Leaders who will not or cannot delegate are fundamentally insecure. As a result, the work may get done but subordinate leaders are not developed. Effective delegation, creating metrics to measure progress, and using teams in decision-making result in innovative organizations that grow and thrive while developing new servant leaders.

Family Values (Hardcover): James E. Crouch Family Values (Hardcover)
James E. Crouch
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Some people think Tim Sloan is a pastor who acts like a cop. Some think he is a cop masquerading as a pastor. It turns out they are both right. Except that it's no masquerade. The story begins as Tim takes a position as pastor in a small country church deep in the heart of Appalachia. The job is a cover while he investigates his mother's disappearance. Raised in a foster home until he was 18, Tim has always believed that his mother abandoned him at the age of five. Now he has learned that she had returned to the town of Cairns Grove to confront the wealthy man she claimed was Tim's father and to demand child support. She never returned. Tim suspects she was murdered, and he intends to find the killer and avenge her death. His investigation takes longer than he has planned, and over the course of a year he unwittingly becomes embedded in the small Appalachian community and its web of formal and informal family relationships in ways he never anticipated. These relationships challenge both his hard-edged cynicism and his religious beliefs and lead to a surprising revelation: His mother was indeed murdered but not by the person whom he suspects. This discovery forces him to deal with a crisis of faith and conscience. The novel is built on layers of family issues: from the protagonist's search for his mother's killer to compensate for his own lack of a family, to the family crises among the people he is forced to deal with, to his involvement in what may be called a "family church," even to his life in a small community that functions (or dysfunctions) as a family. At least one of his enemies in the novel is a person who claims to have "family values." Some of the novel's tension comes from his outsider status in a close-knit community and his eastern tough-guy image, which leads him early on to a brawl in a parking lot with three young locals. Another source of tension is his frustrated effort to find out what happened to his mother and to exact revenge on the person responsible for her disappearance. That she may have been killed by the man who fathered him is something he refuses to think about. Among the enemies he makes in his search are the man he suspects of causing his mother's disappearance, one of her lovers, and that man's political ally, the former sheriff and county strongman. Among his friends are the current sheriff and two of the church's deacons who become reluctant partners in the quest to find the mother's killer. He becomes especially close to two people who do not share his belief system One, a woman, becomes his romantic partner; the other, a man, openly boasts that he is the "village atheist." A minor parallel plot involves the crisis in one of the church families provoked by a husband's serious abuse of his wife. The story comes to a climax with the intrusion of an outside killer, the discovery of his mother's bones, and his growing realization about who really caused his mother's disappearance. A subtitle of the novel could well be "A year in the life of Tim Sloan," since it describes the changes he undergoes in the course of the novel. Not only does he abandon his unquestioning belief system for a more critical faith, he also makes decisions about his future that surprise both him and his friends.

Family Values (Paperback): James E. Crouch Family Values (Paperback)
James E. Crouch
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Some people think Tim Sloan is a pastor who acts like a cop. Some think he is a cop masquerading as a pastor. It turns out they are both right. Except that it's no masquerade. The story begins as Tim takes a position as pastor in a small country church deep in the heart of Appalachia. The job is a cover while he investigates his mother's disappearance. Raised in a foster home until he was 18, Tim has always believed that his mother abandoned him at the age of five. Now he has learned that she had returned to the town of Cairns Grove to confront the wealthy man she claimed was Tim's father and to demand child support. She never returned. Tim suspects she was murdered, and he intends to find the killer and avenge her death. His investigation takes longer than he has planned, and over the course of a year he unwittingly becomes embedded in the small Appalachian community and its web of formal and informal family relationships in ways he never anticipated. These relationships challenge both his hard-edged cynicism and his religious beliefs and lead to a surprising revelation: His mother was indeed murdered but not by the person whom he suspects. This discovery forces him to deal with a crisis of faith and conscience. The novel is built on layers of family issues: from the protagonist's search for his mother's killer to compensate for his own lack of a family, to the family crises among the people he is forced to deal with, to his involvement in what may be called a "family church," even to his life in a small community that functions (or dysfunctions) as a family. At least one of his enemies in the novel is a person who claims to have "family values." Some of the novel's tension comes from his outsider status in a close-knit community and his eastern tough-guy image, which leads him early on to a brawl in a parking lot with three young locals. Another source of tension is his frustrated effort to find out what happened to his mother and to exact revenge on the person responsible for her disappearance. That she may have been killed by the man who fathered him is something he refuses to think about. Among the enemies he makes in his search are the man he suspects of causing his mother's disappearance, one of her lovers, and that man's political ally, the former sheriff and county strongman. Among his friends are the current sheriff and two of the church's deacons who become reluctant partners in the quest to find the mother's killer. He becomes especially close to two people who do not share his belief system One, a woman, becomes his romantic partner; the other, a man, openly boasts that he is the "village atheist." A minor parallel plot involves the crisis in one of the church families provoked by a husband's serious abuse of his wife. The story comes to a climax with the intrusion of an outside killer, the discovery of his mother's bones, and his growing realization about who really caused his mother's disappearance. A subtitle of the novel could well be "A year in the life of Tim Sloan," since it describes the changes he undergoes in the course of the novel. Not only does he abandon his unquestioning belief system for a more critical faith, he also makes decisions about his future that surprise both him and his friends.

My Betrayer Is at Hand - Leadership Challenges for Servant Leaders (Paperback): John J. Sullivan My Betrayer Is at Hand - Leadership Challenges for Servant Leaders (Paperback)
John J. Sullivan
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The first in a series of monographs for servant leaders on difficult leadership challenges common to all types of organizations. Using historical, personal and Biblical examples, My Betrayer examines betrayal by the leader, betrayal by a follower, and perceived betrayal and how to turn betrayal into an opportunity for growth. Trust is essential for people living or working together-whether in a family, a business, or a church. It is often the breakdown of trust that, like a cancer, eats the heart out of organizations. Betrayal is a deliberate breaking of trust and one of the most hurtful actions that one person can inflict upon another. This is especially true when it involves a loved one or close associate. My Betrayer will teach you the steps to take when you encounter betrayal, especially when it comes from a loved one, and how to turn from crippling emotional pain to victory through forgiveness.

Choose Your Character - 25 Bible Personalities Who Inspire Integrity (Paperback): Ron Meyers Choose Your Character - 25 Bible Personalities Who Inspire Integrity (Paperback)
Ron Meyers
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Powerful Lessons in Integrity. The writers of the Bible speak to us with their words, and the Bible's characters speak to us with their lives. Their powerful examples reveal the spiritual inspiration and brilliant insight the human writers and the divine Writer intended. Times, cultures, traditions, and societal values may change from century to century, but human nature does not. We value people whose words and actions reflect their true thoughts and intentions. People of integrity purposely integrate their own thoughts, words, and behaviors. They work at making their own hearts and minds, thoughts and ideas consistent with the godly character portrayed in Scripture. These twenty-five Bible personalities in Choose Your Character cultivate a desire to deepen the commitment to live a life of unfailing integrity. Their examples teach us how to increase our personal satisfaction and effectiveness while strengthening our ability to influence others. Ron Meyers, PhD was raised in a pioneer pastor's home. When he followed his passion for international missions work forty years ago, he never imagined the rich educational curriculum God had for him. He, with his wife, Char, served more years outside the U.S. as pastors in Canada and missionaries in Korea and China than their years in the U.S. From 1996 through 2006, he served as the Professor of Missions and Coordinator of the Master of Arts in Missions program in the School of Theology and Missions at Oral Roberts University. He and Char now live in southern Africa and train pastors in the more than forty sub-Sahara nations of southern Africa. For more information, visit www.LEResouces.com.

I Was Tired Today (Paperback): Rev Marsha Brown Woodard Dmin I Was Tired Today (Paperback)
Rev Marsha Brown Woodard Dmin
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In the 1980's when the author was ordained as a minister there were very few African American women in that role. That has changed during the past 30 years and this book gives you an inspiring glimpse into what it takes to persevere and build a successful career in the ministry. Throughout the book there are opportunities for the reader to stop and think about what they have read. These places are designed to allow the Holy Spirit to hover over your spirit and to speak to the deep (and maybe not so deep) places in you. "I Was Tired Today: Readings and Reflections on being an African American Clergywoman" captures important insights from the author's personal journey and inspires others to keep going forward - even when they are tired.

What They Need to Know - Teaching Daily Seminary by the Spirit (Paperback): Damon Janis What They Need to Know - Teaching Daily Seminary by the Spirit (Paperback)
Damon Janis
R185 Discovery Miles 1 850 Shipped within 7 - 11 working days

Learn how to teach LDS daily seminary by the Spirit and avoid burn-out, engage your students, and be a great teacher. The key to being an effective LDS early morning seminary teacher is to understand that you are not the teacher The Holy Ghost is the teacher. Another important key is to understand that students are more responsible for successful learning than the teacher is. This book will help you invite the Holy Ghost to teach your students and describes an effective pattern for preparation and teaching. "As a newly called (and overwhelmed) seminary teacher, I was grateful to find Damonis book He encourages us to focus on the most important aspects of teaching seminary, such as first asking the Lord 'What do they need to know?' His teaching examples invite students to actively participate in class discussions and to learn by the Spirit. This book has made a difference in my first year of teaching early morning seminary." - Andrea Martin "When I was called to be Seminary Teacher I was worried that I hadn't been in any early morning classes before to observe and learn from watching. Besides the thoroughness and wonderful details of covering many angles for the new Seminary teacher, this book is written in a way that has a personal touch that made me feel as though I had been in the Seminary room as an observer. A must read for any new Seminary teacher " - Debbie Siebert "As a new seminary teacher I have found the model of 'Search, Analyze, Apply, and Testify' has benefited me greatly. It has helped my students to learn for themselves the principles taught in the scriptures and share their testimonies, sometimes without even knowing it " - Jennifer Hansen

Ek - An English Musical on the Life of Shirdi Sai Baba (Paperback): Usha Akella Ek - An English Musical on the Life of Shirdi Sai Baba (Paperback)
Usha Akella
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In the present age of consumerism, people often look for quick gains and short-cuts to success. Amidst the cacophony of such supposedly wish-fulfilling claims, the need for a genuine guide, a true guru, is often felt by those who are able to look beyond the facade of oratorical brilliance. The Sai of Shirdi has been one such authentic presence whose voice has healed the injured, guided those who had lost the way and brought back hope to those who had lost everything.

What Will You Do with the Rest of Your Life? (Paperback): Neil Snyder What Will You Do with the Rest of Your Life? (Paperback)
Neil Snyder
R289 Discovery Miles 2 890 Shipped within 7 - 11 working days

Many Christians have serious doubts about their ability to do what they think God is leading them to do because they don't have enough money. Money or the lack of it is not an obstacle for God. He can and will do miraculous things. All we have to do is follow His leading. If God is leading you, it's His job to provide for you. You were fearfully and wonderfully made (Psalm 139: 14), and God created you for a specific purpose. Finding that purpose should be your primary pursuit. As you will see in this book, at the end of the day, God's goals must become your goals. Once you know what they are and your role in them, then you must be willing to play your role. Even then, God is responsible for leading you to successful completion of the job He created for you and you alone. This book explains why in a clear and convincing way. It's written in a conversational style that's easy to follow. Additionally, this book touches on several serious problems in our society that influence each one of us, and it presents data indicating that significant changes are called for. By the time you finish reading this book, you will understand what some of those problems are and what you need to do to combat them. Here again, you must do your part, because things won't change for the better until we do our jobs.

The Man of God's Choosing - The Philosophy of the Pulpit Committee (Paperback): Dr Randy Raynes The Man of God's Choosing - The Philosophy of the Pulpit Committee (Paperback)
Dr Randy Raynes
R154 Discovery Miles 1 540 Shipped within 7 - 11 working days

The Man of God's Choosing: The Philosophy of the Pulpit Committee is a book designed to offer help those those who make up the pulpit committee of their church. It presents the proper philosophy for those on the committee and offers help and direction in fulfilling its purpose. This book is designed to help a church avoid the many dangers present when a church is between pastors. While it does not contain all the answers, it is designed to be given to those involved and help them take the steps necessary to find the man God has chosen to stand behind the pulpit in their church. Written by a pastor of over thirty years experience, with the layman in mind. If you are on the pulpit committee of your church, this book will be a valuable resource for you.

The Uncompromising Leader (Hardcover): Robert R Pascoe The Uncompromising Leader (Hardcover)
Robert R Pascoe
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The Uncompromising Leader (Paperback): Robert R Pascoe The Uncompromising Leader (Paperback)
Robert R Pascoe
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Christian Discipleship & Leadership - Understanding the Essentials of Christian Disciple and Christian Leadership (Paperback):... Christian Discipleship & Leadership - Understanding the Essentials of Christian Disciple and Christian Leadership (Paperback)
Sr. Dr Joseph R. Rogers
R185 Discovery Miles 1 850 Shipped within 7 - 11 working days

This book describes how discipleship and leadership go hand in hand. That is, its importance individually and corporately.

Lessons in Pastoral Care in Small Churches - One Pastor's Perspective (Paperback): Lawrence L. Lapierre Lessons in Pastoral Care in Small Churches - One Pastor's Perspective (Paperback)
Lawrence L. Lapierre
R224 Discovery Miles 2 240 Shipped within 7 - 11 working days

What would it be like to leave the world of science and engineering to enter the unknown world of being a pastor? What would it be like to leave the attractions of a large city such as Boston, MA and move to the rural areas of Maine? For that matter, what would it be like to enter the world of academia again and be forced to accept that one is now a student and not a professional? All of this and more was part of this minister's spiritual journey as he and his family strove to discern and follow God's call into pastoral ministry and later into chaplaincy. This pastor acknowledges many mistakes especially during his first two years of ministry as a student pastor. He asked for "a" church and was assigned to three. He didn't think to include any geograpical limits to how far he would travel from the seminary to serve a parish. Actually, United Methodist ministers don't make those kinds of demands. We go where we are sent, but he never expected the likes of Downeast Maine or other parts of northern New England that he was to experience as a pastor. Anyone who believes that she or he is being called into ministry should prayerfully consider that call. However, reading this book may give you pause to consider how unexpected the demands of ministry can be.

Liderazgo Desde La Cruz (English, Spanish, Paperback): Gordon Ernest Johnson Liderazgo Desde La Cruz (English, Spanish, Paperback)
Gordon Ernest Johnson
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Presenta el concepto b blico de liderazgo a traves de principios y personajes vistos en la Biblia misma. La cruz de Cristo y el efecto de ella en la vida Cristiana es el tema m?'s importante en la vida diaria al creyente que busca vivir una vida que refleja a Cristo. El liderazgo b blico, en igual forma, se basa en los principios de la cruz de Jes s. Qu f cil es ser seducidos por el mundo y sus medios tecnol gicos, sus teor as, su ambici n en busca del poder, las cifras y su dinero Pero Pablo nos recuerda: "Porque lo insensato de Dios es m?'s sabio que los hombres, y lo d bil de Dios es m?'s fuerte que los hombres" (1 Corintios1:25). Despu?'s de experimentar con los sistemas de liderazgo humano en este mundo de negocios, regresamos satisfechos a nuestro paradigma. Yo vuelvo al mensaje de la Cruz, el nico mensaje que reconoce Dios. Al fin de cuentas es l mismo que puso la cruz en todo el centro de su plan de salvaci n. No podemos mejorar lo que l escogi en su sabidur a infinita.

The Future Leadership of the Church (Paperback): John R (John Raleigh) 1865-1955 Mott The Future Leadership of the Church (Paperback)
John R (John Raleigh) 1865-1955 Mott
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Liberating Hope! - Daring to Renew the Mainline Church (Paperback, New): Michael Piazza, Cameron Trimble Liberating Hope! - Daring to Renew the Mainline Church (Paperback, New)
Michael Piazza, Cameron Trimble
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Accurate and strategic evidence that the decline of the mainline, progressive church can be slowed and even reversed, despite the challenges it is facing

Women in God's Mission - Accepting the Invitation to Serve and Lead (Paperback): Mary T. Lederleitner Women in God's Mission - Accepting the Invitation to Serve and Lead (Paperback)
Mary T. Lederleitner
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Faith Guided Leadership - Are You the Leader That God Wants You to Be? (Paperback): Thomas A Mayberry Faith Guided Leadership - Are You the Leader That God Wants You to Be? (Paperback)
Thomas A Mayberry
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What defines your leadership style? Are you reaching your potential as a leader? How would your leadership style change if you had God in the center of your life? If you let Him guide you towards being a more effective leader, how much of a difference would it make? The qualities of a strong leader are given to us in the Bible. God has shown us the path to fulfilling our potential. Do we ignore Him and fall prey to the ways of the world or do we follow His teachings and positively influence all of the people that we associate with? The choice is yours. This book is written from the perspective of a manager who was trying to fit into corporate America. Tom took on the same traits as the people that he reported to. He felt that the way to succeed was to learn from those that had succeeded before him. It took 20 years and almost two marriages for him to learn where to put his priorities. Once he refocused his life to God, it has shown through in his style of leadership. Today, he stays true to his faith in God and does not worry about what others think is the only way to lead a team. He knows the one true way.

Kingdom Warriors in a Kingless Realm - Equipping Men for Worship, Work, and War (Paperback): Brad Stewart Kingdom Warriors in a Kingless Realm - Equipping Men for Worship, Work, and War (Paperback)
Brad Stewart
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We live in a strange and turbulent time. The recession continues to deepen, layoffs increase, unemployment rises, costs inflate, and morale sinks. Political lines are drawn and ideological arguments abound. Every day more and more churches are closing their doors. Truly, the enemy has done a masterful job at getting God's people to focus on the world around them, and disengage from the command of Christ to make disciples. Our nation desperately needs godly men to take a stand for righteousness, men who don spiritual armor and live for His glory, men who live as warriors of light working daily to advance His kingdom. Unfortunately, the church is not doing well, and men are at the heart of this problem. The Church needs faithful Kingdom Warriors: men fully equipped for worship, work, and war. This book is a call for the church to help men become strong men in Christ. Men who worship the King, work for His glory, and are not afraid to face the battles of life with a band of church brothers. If we are to become serving men of God that make a difference in the world, the church must do a better job of equipping men. Worship, work, and war are three critical areas for helping the average guy in church move from being an uninvolved spectator to a warring kingdom soldier. A Kingdom Warrior is a committed disciple of Jesus Christ who lives for his King every day. He continually worships as part of a life steeped in sensing God's presence and drawing on God's power. He labors at work showing an example of wholehearted obedience with a growing spirit of excellence; he is working for the Lord and not for men. He supports and defends the gospel of Christ by growing as a war-fighter, vigilant on watch and fully equipped for battle. What would the American church look like if all of its men were fully equipped for worship, work, and war? What would your church look like? If you have a heart for seeing God's men make a difference in the world, join us in forcefully advancing His kingdom.

Five Smooth Stones - Leadership Lessons from the Life of King David (Paperback): Marc Brisebois Five Smooth Stones - Leadership Lessons from the Life of King David (Paperback)
Marc Brisebois
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INCREASE your authority INFLUENCE God's way David picked up five smooth stones before meeting with Goliath. Countless teachings amplify the drama of that fateful day, yet it is not necessarily his greatest accomplishment. While it stands out clearly among the host of significant conquests, one victory 'does not a dynasty create'. David lived a life filled with wisdom as well as acts of courage. David's wisdom is the foundation of this book, particularly five gems of exceptional truth and understanding. Extracted from the sentiment of his own heartache and trials are true riches. These are five treasures so profound that they established the golden age of Israel, revered and celebrated to this day. David defines for us a model of leadership that goes far beyond the classic posturing found in contemporary business literature. As economic systems reel under the force of turbulent times and uncertain financial storms, there has never been a greater need of true leadership. Governments and corporations alike have begun to feel that need. The example of David holds a key. His life reveals an insight into the world around us, along with people in it, that is a sure recipe for genuine influence.

Every Leader's Everest - Ascending from Insecurity to Identity (Paperback): Jim C. Molloy Every Leader's Everest - Ascending from Insecurity to Identity (Paperback)
Jim C. Molloy
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Have you ever met a leader who you thought was insecure? What are the symptoms? How did he or she become that way? How is it affecting their leadership and life? Most importantly, are they shackled to insecurity forever? Every Leaders Everest reveals the answers to these questions and provides real solutions from Scripture, psychological research, and real life leader examples. Author, speaker, coach and leader, Jim Molloy, weaves us through the symptoms, types, and roots of insecurity. He provides a practical prescription that you can use to help yourself and others to achieve the summit of Every Leaders Everest.

Stretch-Structuring Your Ministry for Growth (Paperback): Jim Wideman Stretch-Structuring Your Ministry for Growth (Paperback)
Jim Wideman
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Most of us really do want growth in our lives and ministries, even if we are scared of it. We want God to send us more kidsand more families. We want to share the Gospel, we want moresalvations, and we want more of a movement of God. But let me ask you a question: if He sent those things to you this Sunday, would you be ready? If a hundred new families walked into your church, would you know what to do with them? Would their kids have teachers? Would they even have a classroom? If fifty people who wanted to serve approached you this Sunday, could your system handle it? That's what structure is all about. If you want to know how tomake sure your ministry is structured for growth... STRETCH is for you! Children's Ministry Pioneer Jim Wideman share's proven principle's to help you structure your ministry for growth.

21st Century Kingdom Leaders (Paperback): Apostle Vanzant Luster 21st Century Kingdom Leaders (Paperback)
Apostle Vanzant Luster
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Letters on Clerical Manners and Habits - Addressed to a Student in the Theological Seminary at Princeton, N.J. (Paperback):... Letters on Clerical Manners and Habits - Addressed to a Student in the Theological Seminary at Princeton, N.J. (Paperback)
Samuel Miller
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This is a reproduction of a book published before 1923. This book may have occasional imperfectionssuch as missing or blurred pages, poor pictures, errant marks, etc. that were either part of the original artifact, or were introduced by the scanning process. We believe this work is culturally important, and despite the imperfections, have elected to bring it back into print as part of our continuing commitment to the preservation of printed worksworldwide. We appreciate your understanding of the imperfections in the preservation process, and hope you enjoy this valuable book.++++The below data was compiled from various identification fields in the bibliographic record of this title. This data is provided as an additional tool in helping to ensure edition identification: ++++ Letters On Clerical Manners And Habits: Addressed To A Student In The Theological Seminary, At Princeton, N.J. Samuel Miller G. & C. Carvill, 1827 Religion; Christian Ministry; Pastoral Resources; Clergy; Pastoral theology; Religion / Christian Ministry / Pastoral Resources; Religion / Clergy; Student ethics

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