The Future Shape of Anglican Ministry
A new generation of leadership is emerging within the Anglican Communion. This book examines the challenges and opportunities facing these young leaders and Anglicanism more broadly. It explores the nature and shape of Anglican ministry in the new millennium. Designed for those who are considering ordination and those who are in training for the same, it is of appeal to lay leaders as well. Donald M. Lewis (DPhil, Oxford) is Professor of Church History and Academic Dean at Regent College in Vancouver, British Columbia. An active Anglican, he is also the secretary of Regent College's Anglican Studies Program.
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The Future of World Anglicanism
The Centrality of Holy Scripture in Anglicanism
The Future of Ordained Ministry
Anglican Formation for Ministry
Wish I had Known about Ministry
Riches from the Anglican
The Foolishness of Preaching
The Challenges of Rural Ministry
Whats the Job and What are the Skills Required?
Should I Consider Ordination?
Ministry in First Nations Communities
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