Rubietta – How to keep the pastor you love

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Rubietta

Author      Rubietta, Jane.
Title            How to keep the pastor you love / Jane Rubietta.
Publisher  Downers Grove, Ill. : InterVarsity Press, 2002.
Descrip.     190 p. 21 cm.
Bibliog.     Includes bibliographical references (p. [188]-190).
Summary While Paul urges the church to “overwhelm them with appreciation and love” (1 Thessalonians 5:13), research and anecdotal evidence shows that most pastors experience little support when they need it the most. One long-time pastor reports he thinks about quitting the ministry as often as twice a week, and an estimated twenty-five percent of all ministers relocate every year. In How to Keep the Pastor You Love Jane Rubietta explores the “flip side” of pastoral care–caring for your pastor. She breaks down the largely unexamined myth of the superhuman pastor. She provides everything you need to know to build healthy, caring, mutually sustaining relationships among your church and its leaders. Ministers and their families can profitably read the book along with lay leaders to become more aware of where they need the help and encouragement of their congregations. Questions at the end of each chapter guide pastoral families in reflecting on their own experiences–both positive and negative–of life in the church.
Subject    Clergy — Office.
Interpersonal relations — Religious aspects.
Church etiquette.
ISBN     0830823190

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4 responses to “Rubietta – How to keep the pastor you love

  1. Thanks for this valuable resource!
    We’ll help to pass this along.
    Blessings, Ted and Carol

  2. Pingback: Hello From Ted & Carol: Welcome To PastorAppreciationBlog!!! | pastorappreciationblog

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