The Prophetic Voice and Making Peace, General Editors: Matthew W. Charlton and M. Kathryn Armistead; ISBN: 978-0-938162-68-1
Hear prophetic voices of campus ministers and college and university chaplains. By speaking in a prophetic way to the issues that impact the lives of college students, this book embraces the possibilities of peace for God's people, which is the ground of human flourishing. Written by campus ministers and college and university chaplains, as well as by staff members of the General Board of Higher Education and Ministry, these essays convey the belief that young people, and especially college students, are given gifts of life when they are presented with the opportunity to be heard, to make a difference, and to bring peace to their world. The essays cover five key topics for campus life: ecology and environmental ethics; interreligious understanding and dialogue; systemic and interpersonal racism; sexual ethics; and Christian vocation.
Contributors: Dori Grinenko Baker, Sheila Bates, Kimberly Williams Brown, Brittany Burrows,
Matthew W. Charlton, Christopher Donald, Mark Forrester, L. Callid Keefe-Perry, David E. MacDonald, Rimes McElveen, Timothy Moore, Jane Ellen Nickell, Domenico Nigrelli, Stephen W. Rankin, Ron Robinson, Erin Simmonds, T. L. Steinwert.
Matthew W. Charlton, PhD is Assistant General Secretary, Collegiate Ministry, General Board of Higher Education and Ministry, The United Methodist Church.
M. Kathryn Armistead, PhD is Publisher, General Board of Higher Education and Ministry, The United Methodist Church.
Breaking Through the Stained Glass Ceiling: Women Pastoring Large Churches
In Breaking Through the Stained Glass Ceiling: Women Pastoring Large Churches, editors the Reverends HiRho Y. Park and Susan Willhauck bring together a series of essays that offer a rare glimpse into the daily lives and spiritual journeys of trailblazing clergywomen. The book’s contributors all have served as lead pastors in congregations with 1,000 or more members.
The Christian as Minister: An Exploration Into the Meaning of God’s Calling
An introduction and explanation of the different types of ministry available for people considering God’s call to ministry in The United Methodist Church. The Christian as Minister is required reading for anyone considering the call to licensed or ordained ministry.
The eighth edition also features new “Reflections” at the end of each section that can be used in group mentoring or other events.
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