An introduction to pastoral care for pastors of small membership
If you spend your whole life serving small membership churches and
doing it well, yours will have been a life well spent. Small
membership churches have a real advantage when it comes to
incorporating people into a fellowship where they are known and
where their needs are met. These churches and their pastors have an
opportunity for excellence in this area, and should make the most
of it. Good pastoral care can be the key to effectiveness in all of
the other ministries of the church.From getting acquainted with
your congregation, weddings and funerals, picking up on subtle cues
in a conversation to not-so-subtle conflicts, Killen shares
insights from years of ministry in a small membership church
James L. Killen, Jr. is a retired elder of the Texas Conference,
contributor to Circuit Rider, and author of Who Do You Say That I
Am? A Personal Reader."
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