Reframing Ministry
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How does a pastor stay afloat amid the multiple demands of ministry? Dr. Headley says too many ministers experience lives that resemble firefighters in a California wildfire. In his fresh, interesting style, he contends that our definition of ministry needs to be revamped--in his words, reframed. Drawing from the lives of Moses and Jesus, Headley presents a ministry model...more
Paperback, 256 pages
Published August 1st 2007 by Evangel Publishing House
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Brett Marko
It's not often that you can refer to a book as one that shifts paradigms but that is precisely what this book did for me. Anthony Headley addresses the misconceptions of what it means to be in ministry head on. I enjoyed how he illustrates how our driven, results oriented society perpetuates how people view ministry and those who engage in ministry.

I have read books about lay ministry and the priesthood of the believer but this book takes this concepts and show a minister how to do them. The par...more
Sam
Headley's book is about reframing ministry as not doing ministry, but being somebody for God. Self-care is included in this framing to avoid burn out. Excellent book.
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