P 90 Finding Support in Ministry

All too often Christian ministry is depicted as a 'go-it-alone' affair. Yet the nature of God as Trinity and the example of Jesus' ministry in the gospels shows that ministry is to be mutual, supportive and relational.

But how can ministers, who very often have to work alone, learn from others? This compendium of resources outlines a variety of approaches, from support groups through supervision to learning partnerships, with clear 'how to's for each and resources for further exploration.
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Author: Revd Nick Helm

Nick Helm was introduced to Ignatian spirituality whilst a parish priest. The effect was transformative and continues to inform his life and ministry. He was Advisor in Spirituality in the Diocese of Sheffield for ten years and is now Continuing Ministerial Development Officer in the Diocese of Hereford, and is involved in encouraging spiritual growth and spiritual direction.

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Author: Revd Philip Allin

Philip, as well as his work as Bishop's Advisor in Sheffield, has also been chaplain to the Nine O'Clock Community for the last 6 years, following parish ministry in Oxford and Southwell Dioceses.

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