Thirty-three colleagues contributed essays to this book on how people of faith prepare clergy, lay leaders and communities to face the new challenges of technology, diversity, pluralism, communities in transition, immigration, safety in sacred spaces, pastoral care as a foundation for leadership, self care, and working with multiple faiths. (eromsted)
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