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Illuminating Ministry

Volume II

Edited by Vic Klimoski and Barbara Sutton

Illuminating Ministry
Illuminating Ministry

ISBN: 9780814633717, 3371

Details: 104 pgs, 7 x 10
Publication Date: 07/01/2011

Plastic coil binding
$19.95
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Illuminating Ministry provides an opportunity for church leaders and those in ministerial formation to engage in community and prayer. By focusing on seven distinct charisms or values of Benedictine spirituality and basing its prayer movement on lectio divina, this journal inspires theological reflection on one’s own life and ministry. Illuminating Ministry, which promotes spiritual companioning in groups, becomes an exceptional tool for exploring and renewing one’s call to ministry through the following features:

  • Seven chapters by pastoral ministers
  • Stories from the authors that illuminate the experience of their ministries
  • Beautiful illuminations from The Saint John’s Bible presented in full color with corresponding Scripture verses
  • Authors’ reflections on the charisms as well as the Scripture text related to the images
  • Space to record responses to reflection questions and pages to write personal thoughts, feelings, and prayers inspired by the lectio divina process