Department of Education and Science (1989), Pastoral Care in Secondary Schools: An Inspection of Some Aspects of Pastoral Care in 1987–88. London: DES. Dunham, J. (1987), 'Caring for the ... Pastoral Care in Education, 17(4): 11–16.
Author: Noel Purdy
Publisher: A&C Black
How can teachers deal with the growing pastoral needs of pupils aged 11-16 in schools? This critical guide explores the pastoral role which teachers play in schools, and argues that today's schools continue to offer children an invaluable source of support. This guide explores a number of serious pastoral issues, drawing on contemporary research to outline the impact which these issues can have on children aged 11-16 and offering practical strategies for providing support on a whole-school and individual classroom level. Consideration is also given to how schools can use the curriculum proactively to help pupils be more prepared to deal with serious pastoral issues. Topics dealt with include: - supporting children who are experiencing separation or divorce - helping to prevent and deal with bullying, including cyber-bullying - identifying and responding to possible child abuse - understanding the impact of domestic violence - supporting children through bereavement - responding to self-harm and suicide This is the essential guide for those training to teach in the secondary sector and for practicing teachers who have recently taken on pastoral responsibilities.
Author: Thomas St. James O’ConnorPublish On: 2006-01-01
Pastoral Psychology (February 1968): 11-16. Oden, Thomas. Pastoral Counselling. Classic Pastoral Care Series, Volume 3. New York: Crossroad, 1987. . The Care of Souls in the Classic Tradition. Philadelphia: Fortress Press, 1984.
Author: Thomas St. James O’Connor
Publisher: Wilfrid Laurier Univ. Press
In the last twenty years, the number of texts written on clinical pastoral supervision has accelerated. Thomas St. James O’Connor analyzes these texts, nearly 300 of them, in light of three fundamental questions about the praxis of clinical pastoral supervision: (1)what is distinctive about the praxis? (2)what is an appropriate theological method for the praxis? and, (3)what is an adequate praxis? In doing so, he formulates three approaches: the social science, the hermeneutic and the special interest. Looking at the theology of Charles Gerkin, a pastoral theologian and family therapist, O’Connor develops a conversation between Gerkin’s theology and the texts. The theological methods in the three approaches are critiqued and Gerkin’s praxis/theory/praxis method is endorsed. Case examples are used throughout to illustrate theory and issues discussed and to aid in the presentation of an adequate praxis. Clinical Pastoral Supervision and the Theology of Charles Gerkin provides a unique overview of the history and current state of clinical pastoral supervision and an understanding of its methodology and theological foundations. More than that, it builds on the practical theory of Charles Gerkin, expanding it for immediate use in the practice of ministry.
“Contribution of Paul Tillich to Pastoral Psychology.” Pastoral Psychology 19 (1968) 11–16. ———. “Counseling by Seminarians.” Journal of Pastoral Care 8 (1954) 154–59. ———. “The Diagnostic Use of the Bible: What a Man Sees in the Bible ...
Author: Samuel E. Stephens
Publisher: Wipf and Stock Publishers
Theological education has historically placed a strong emphasis on Scripture as the source of principle and practice for ministry. However, when it comes to the arena of counseling, this has largely not been the case. Focusing on the significant influence of Wayne Edward Oates (1917-1999), the author seeks to explore how and why the American Protestant church arrived at the place where psychological counseling has become the norm and biblical counseling is treated as novel. A detailed study of Oates' anthropology, which served as the heart of his counseling theory and practice, demonstrates that it was shaped and informed by secular concepts, values, and principles instead of what God has to say about who we are as people, what plagues our souls, and where we find our true hope and healing. This subtle shift from the theological to the therapeutic has contributed to a much broader view from many in the church that counseling is more of a clinical and professional service rather than a personal or pastoral ministry of the Scriptures. Through these unsettling warnings and implications, the author hopes that the church will see the importance of once again engaging with the God-glorifying, Christ-honoring, and Spirit-empowering ministry of counseling.
Purdy, N. (2013) Pastoral care: Origins, definitions and roles, in Pastoral Care 11–16: A critical introduction. London: Bloomsbury. This chapter provides a useful overview of what we mean by pastoral care, and the importance of ...
Author: Catherine Carden
Publisher: Learning Matters
This book includes full coverage of the content of professional studies modules and goes beyond to support trainees on placements and in their learning on the course.
Working with Young People from 11 to 18. London: Sage. Lodge, C. (1999) 'From head of year to year curriculum coordinator and back again?', Pastoral Care in Education, 17(4), 11–16. McGuiness, J. (1998) Counselling in Schools: New ...
Author: Liam Gearon
Citizenship is a wide-ranging subject that can be taught in its own right, or through other curriculum subjects and activities. This book is intended for students training to teach Citizenship as a first or second subject, and will also be immensely helpful to experienced teachers who have opted to take responsibility for this exciting subject. Written in a clear and practical way, yet underpinned by a sound theoretical background, the book covers key themes in Citizenship education, including: Citizenship in the National Curriculum Citizenship and pastoral care special educational needs developing schemes of work ways of teaching and learning assessment, monitoring and recording resources and useful contacts professional development. With key objectives and tasks for each chapter, this book will help teachers to improve their understanding of Citizenship education and to help their pupils understand their roles as citizens. It may be read in conjunction with the companion core textbook, Learning to Teach in the Secondary School, 3rd edition.
“Contribution of Paul Tillich to Pastoral Psychology.” Pastoral Psychology 19 (1968) 11–16. ———. “Counseling and the Human Predicament: A Study of Sin, Guilt and Forgiveness.” Review and Expositor 87 (1990) 536–37. ———.
Author: T. Dale Johnson
Publisher: Wipf and Stock Publishers
When the organization and structure of the church in America was altered in the early 1900s to meet modern demands, the role of the pastorate became more specialized to adapt to the burdens of the new, “efficient” structure. In 1920, Gaines Dobbins utilized the business efficiency model at Southern Baptist Theological Seminary to formulate a distinct ecclesiology. Discontent with traditional methods of instruction in theological education, Dobbins sought to implement theories and methodologies from modern educationalists. He adopted a psychologized educational methodology and utilized the psychology of religion as an empirical measure of the soul, human nature, and human behavior. Use of the social sciences seemed to grant Dobbins, as a practitioner, academic respectability within the realm of theological education. Both the professionalization that resulted from Dobbins’s efficiency standards, and a working theory of human nature derived from psychological models, were synthesized into a specialized system of pastoral care. Dobbins followed the new shape of pastoral theology in America, adopting Clinical Pastoral Education (CPE) as the model for pastoral training. As a result, CPE became an integral part of the curriculum at Southern Baptist Theological Seminary for over sixty years, and spread to influence many other SBC entities.
Pearcy, M. (2016) A Wordle to the wise: using 'word clouds' meaningfully in the classroom, Social Studies Research and Practice, 11 (2): 96–110. ... Purdy, N. (2013) Pastoral Care 11–16: A Critical Introduction. London: Bloomsbury.
Author: Ian Abbott
Publisher: McGraw-Hill Education (UK)
The fourth edition of this informative, accessible and intellectually engaging teacher training book provides a definitive guide for trainee and newly qualified secondary school teachers and their mentors. The book has been fully updated to reflect the many changes in policy and practice, including developments in the national curriculum, PSHEE and SEN provision. The latest edition covers topics such as how pupils learn, assessment, planning classroom communication and developing positive approaches to pupil behaviour. The wide range of specialist contributors, each bringing extensive first-hand experience of teaching, covers the core professional skills and concepts that new secondary school teachers need to acquire, irrespective of their subject specialism or training route, while the following key features of the book are: • Examples and illustrations from real classroom practice. • Details of current research. • Activities, case studies and scenarios. Ian Abbott, Associate Professor; Prue Huddleston, Emeritus Professor; and David Middlewood, Research Fellow, are all based at the University of Warwick’s Centre for Education Studies, UK.
Journal of Pastoral Care 5 (Spring 1951): 13–16. Bruder, Ernest E. “Training and the Mental Hospital Chaplain.” Journal of Pastoral Care 11 (Fall 1957): 136–45. Chilgren, Richard A., and James B. Nelson. “Human Sexuality in Ministry.
Author: Kenneth Pohly
Publisher: Wipf and Stock Publishers
The word "supervision" can have a negative connotation to those being supervised and leaders alike. You don't have to read very far in Transforming the Rough Places to realize that there is nothing negative about the supervision that Dr. Pohly describes. The result of years of research and experience, Dr. Pohly's method and rationale offer tools to make supervision a positive experience for all those involved. What he describes is a value-centered leadership style that focuses equally on the ministry or task to be done and the person doing the task. Practicing these skills in supervision can easily enhance all business, ministry, and personal relationships. Discover what it means to lead in a way that can be transformative for the individual and the institution.
ecclesiology, and ethnography 11–14 Ecclesiology and Ethnography Network 6, 8, 11, 13, 14, 18 Ecumenical Decade ... and ethnography 11–14 pastoral caregiver as a mini‐ethnographer 7 pastoral ethnography 9–11, 16–17 practice 16–20 and ...
Author: Nancy J. Ramsay
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
Leading pastoral theologians explore a wide variety of themes related to pastoral practice. Pastoral Theology and Care: Critical Trajectories in Theory and Practice offers a collection of essays by leading pastoral theologians that represent emerging trajectories in the fields of pastoral theology and care. The topics explored include: qualitative research and ethnography, advances in neuroscience, care across pluralities and intersections in religion and spiritualties, the influence of neoliberal economics in socio-economic vulnerabilities, postcolonial theory and its implications, the intersections of race and religion in caring for black women, and the usefulness of intersectionality for pastoral practice. Each of the essays offers a richly illustrated review of a practice of pastoral care relationally and in the public domain. The contributions to this volume engage seven critical directions emerging in the literature of pastoral theology in the United States and internationally among pastoral and practical theologians. While coverage of these topics does not exhaust important points of activity in the field, it does represent especially promising resources for theory and practice. This important work: Offers unique coverage of new directions in the field Includes contributions from an exceptional group of experts who are noted leaders in their areas of study Introduces the newest perspectives on pastoral care and offers constructive proposals Filled with case illustrations that make chapters pedagogically useful, Pastoral Theology and Care is essential reading for faculty, seminarians and students in advanced degree programs, and pastors.
The thirteenth century was a crucial period of reform in the English church, during which the church's renewal initiatives transformed the laity. The vibrant lay religious culture of late-medieval England cannot be understood without considering the re-invigorated pastoral care that developed between 1200 and 1300. Even before Innocent III called the Fourth Lateran Council of 1215, reform-minded bishops and scholars were focusing attention on the local church, emphasising better preaching and more frequent confession. This study examines the processes by which these clerical reforms moulded the lay religiosity of the thirteenth century, integrating the different aspects of church life, so often studied separately, and combining a broad investigation of the subject with a series of comparative case studies. William Campbell also demonstrates how differences abounded from diocese to diocese, town to country and parish to parish, shaping the landscape of pastoral care as a complex mosaic of lived religion.
Holifield, History of Pastoral Care, pp. 92–93. 14. Wesley, “The Wilderness State,” Works 1:413–16. 15. Ibid.; Albert Outler, “Pastoral Care in the Wesleyan Spirit,” Perkins Journal 25 (1971): 4–11. 16. W. L. Prottsman, The Class-Leader ...
Author: E. Brooks Holifield
Publisher: Wipf and Stock Publishers
As E. Brooks Holifield notes in his introduction, “John Wesley, the founder of the Methodist movement, would have relished the opportunity to write this volume. He recognized the power of religious traditions, and he thought that issues of health and medicine were profoundly interwoven into the texture of religious faith. All ten themes that have concerned [this series] - healing and well-being, suffering and madness, passages and sexuality, dying and caring, morality and dignity - were among the topics that Wesley believed should interest Christians.” In the attempt to show how a Wesleyan understanding of theology might inform a modern Methodist sensibility, the author has structured his treatment of Health and Medicine in the Methodist Tradition around the polarities of health and healing, holiness and happiness, penalty and promise, love and law, restraint and responsibility, and possibility and limit. These are not to be construed as opposites or as mutually exclusive extremes. Each member of each pair both checks and enriches the other. They provide a way of establishing boundaries; they mark the way of a journey - “the way of salvation,” or the way of love.
... Act. The Act is wide-ranging and has significant implications for pastoral care provision (Hodgson and Whalley, ... THE SCHOOLS AND THE AGENCIES School A School A is an 11-16 state comprehensive school with 1150 pupils on roll.
Author: Mike Calvert
Publisher: A&C Black
Pastoral care provision in schools has become increasingly marginalized in recent years. However, emphasis on the needs of the "whole learner" has become ever greater. Coupled with this is a growing recognition of theadverse effects of a wider social malaise on the development of students. This book stresses the need for a radical rethink and reprioritizing of pastoral support. It promotes the belief that pastoral care can contribute to and improve academic achievement, and analyzes every aspect of pastoral care and PSE.
The Ministry of a Shepherd Deron J. Biles, Paige Patterson, Jason G. Duesing ... 15 The phrase chalah panim occurs 16 times in 15 verses (Ex 32:11; 1 Sam 13:12; 1 Kgs 13:6 (twice); 2 Kgs 13:4; 2 Chr 33:12; Job 11:19; Ps 45:12; 119:58; ...
Author: Deron J. Biles
Publisher: B&H Publishing Group
Pastoral Ministry brings together the mandate of God, the needs of the sheep, and the model of the good Shepherd to uniquely inspire and equip you to fulfill your ministry as a shepherd.
Practical theology has become a well-established academic discipline in Britain and Ireland over the past half century, evidenced in its chairs, journals, books, conferences, and contribution to transformed practices. The British and Irish Association for Practical Theology (BIAPT) and its journal, Practical Theology, has had a significant role to play in the story of the discipline. This volume is a celebration of practical theology in Britain and Ireland in all its inventiveness and variety on the occasion of BIAPT’s twenty-fifth birthday. It offers an account of its roots in its emergence from the Scottish Pastoral Association in the 1960s, its trajectories established in the journal Contact/Practical Theology and how human experience has been a constant companion on the journey. The book considers a range of methodologies including engagement with popular culture, public theology, the arts, and the importance of conversation. It explores new shoots in the discipline that consider how sexuality, ethnicity, and different religious traditions may be addressed within practical theology. It concludes by asking how it may be fruitful in the future, by reflecting on the challenges ahead, not least the ubiquity of ignorance. This is a landmark text in the unfolding of British and Irish practical theology in all its glorious distinctiveness, which promises to be a major contribution to international debate in the discipline. The chapters in this book were first published in Practical Theology.
Lodge , C. ( 1999 ) ' From head of year to year curriculum coordinator and back again ? ' , Pastoral Care in Education , 17 ( 4 ) : 11-16 . Lodge , C. ( 2000a ) ' Tutors and students ' learning or why do schools have tutors ?
Author: Eileen Carnell
This teacher-friendly book focuses on how secondary students learn and how those in different roles in schools can promote their learning.
000474 00-16 BUFFALO - CREEK PASTORAL CARE AND CHRONIC DISASTER VICTIMS : THE BUFFALO - CREEK EXPERIENCE . ... 000864 00-22 CANDIDATE THE POST VATICAN - II JESUIT CANDIDATE AS IDENTIFIED BY THE MMPI : A COMPARATIVE STUDY OF HIS ...
Author: United States. Naval Education and Training CommandPublish On: 1978
... Navy Alcoholism Prevention Program , 11-23 alcohol : use and abuse , 12-16 goals to meet the needs , 18 ports in a storm ... 78-117 ☆ U.S. GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE : 1978–740-215 / 106 164 PASTORAL CARE IN ALCOHOLISM / ALCOHOL ABUSE.
Author: United States. Naval Education and Training Command
Since pure worship and a right understanding of the gospel go together, the pastor must not fail at giving ... God's flock lead the corporate gatherings, particularly when the body meets for worship (Acts 20:28; Eph. 4:11–12, 16; 1 Tim.
Author: Phil A. Newton
Publisher: Kregel Publications
A veteran pastor answers the questions that today's pastors are asking In 40 Questions about Pastoral Ministry, veteran pastor Phil Newton provides trustworthy answers to 40 of the most common and pressing questions relating to the life and work of the pastor. Covering five major categories--such as development, practices, and preaching--Newton equips pastors to successfully handle everyday duties and challenges, including: • Remaining spiritually healthy • Strengthening your marriage • Dealing with discouragement • Avoiding pitfalls • Leading elders' meetings • Mentoring future leaders • Preaching through books of the Bible • Conducting marriages and funerals • Practicing church discipline • Leading change and revitalization, and much more Basing his answers on Scripture, theological reflection, and personal experience, Newton serves as a mentor and guide for pastors at every stage of ministry. The questions and answers are self-contained, and topics of interest can be easily located. Pastors will want to consult this volume often for authoritative advice on all aspects of pastoral ministry.
Human pastors are never such by delegation but by the mystery of sharing in the pastoral care of God and of Christ (Ezk 34:11-16; Jn 10:11-16). The pastoral ministry is a manifestation of the authority of Christ himself, ...
Author: Enzo Lodi
The Catholic Church has always placed before the eyes of the faithful the example of holiness set by the saints. In the first Preface of the Mass for Holy Men and Women we read: "In their lives on earth you give us an example. In our communion with them you give us their friendship. In their prayer for the Church you give us strength and protection." Moreover, as the Second Vatican Council put it, "every act of love offered by us to those who are in heaven tends to and terminates in Christ, 'the crown of all the saints, ' and through him in God who is wonderful in his saints and is glorified in them." This book, then, should be a welcome addition to the ever increasing number of volumes that treat of the lives of the saints. With the addition of feast days proper to the United States, it is offered to the English-speaking public in the hope that is will foster greater devotion to the saintly men and women who are not only historical figures worthy of our veneration but models worthy of our imitation.