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Ministry That Transforms: A Contemplative…
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Ministry That Transforms: A Contemplative Process of Theological…

by Kathleen Mcalpin

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In Ministry That Transforms, Kathleen McAlpin showcases the Romero House group and her program of Integration for Ministry that provides adult education and ministry formation. She lays out a transformative Contemplative Theological Reflection Process leading to conversion, contemplation, and holiness through practice and dialogue. By enlisting Scripture, social justice concerns, and a cast of critical thinkers in the theology of ministry, McAlpin provides a creative, process-oriented framework for ministerial theology and faith development for anyone involved in ministry.

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