Pastoral Leadership: Best Practices for Church Leaders
Dan R. Ebener
The premise of this book is that the Church needs leadership. In most places, the Church is over-managed and under-led. To turn this around, we need clergy to: 1.
Provide more leadership and less management themselves. 2. Develop the leadership potential of the laity. We need lay people to step up to lead and to manage. If the Church is to become more alive, we need lay people to step up and lead change as well.
2018 120 pages R425.00
Catholic Bioethics and Social Justice: The Praxis of US Health Care in a Globalized World
Editors: M. Therese Lysaught and Michael McCarthy
This book brings the lens of CST to bear on Catholic health care, illuminating a new spectrum of ethical issues and practical recommendations from social determinants of health, immigration, diversity and disparities, behavioural health, gender-questioning patients, and environmental and global health issues.
2019 458 pages 745.00
8 Ways to Build Parish Community: A Practical Guide for Ministers and Parish Leaders
With people pulled in so many directions today, helping people feel connected—to each other, to the parish, and to God—is a major challenge for parish leaders. How do we build a stronger community, in which more and more people are growing in faith together?
Based on her own extensive experience working with parishes and their leaders, Leisa Anslinger explores this vital question, offering eight simple, practical steps to energize and connect the entire parish.
2018 64 pages R135.00
Addiction and Pastoral Care
Sonia E. Waters
In this book Sonia Waters weaves together personal stories, research, and theological reflection to offer helpful tools for ministers, counselors, chaplains, and anyone else called to care pastorally for those struggling with addiction.
2/5/2019 232 pages R485.00