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1. Fortune Marie, Is Nothing Sacred, Cleveland Ohio: United Church Press, 1999. 2. Hunter Rodney, Gen. Ed. Dictionary of Pastoral Care and Counseling: See module dates for specific readings) Pastor, Pastoral Care of, pp. 830-832; Burnout, pp. 112-113; Prayer and worship life, Pastor’s, pp. 939-940; Identity, Pastoral pp. 567-568; Pastoral Theology pp. 867-872; Pastoral Theological Methodology pp. 862-864; Pastoral Care and Counseling p. 845; Pastoral Care pp.832-836; Pastoral Counseling pp. 849-854; Clergy, Empirical studies of, pp. 171-175; (These are some of the articles we will be using from the dictionary. You can borrow a copy from any of the seminary libraries. Will be on reserve on the Kentucky campus) 3. Headley, Anthony J. Achieving Balance in Ministry. Kansas City: Beacon Hill Press, 1999. 4. Kollar, Charles Allen: Solution-Focused Pastoral Counseling. Grand Rapids: Zondervan, 1997. 5. Kuenning, Delores. Helping People Through Grief. Minneapolis: Bethany House Publishers, 1987. 6. Nichols, Michael P. The Lost Art of Listening. New York: Guilford, 1995. 7. Steinborn, Melvin, The Lay Driven Church: How to Empower the People In Your Church to Share in the Task of Ministry. Ventura, CA: Regal Books, 1997. 8. Steinke, Peter, How Your Church Family Works. Washington, DC: Alban Institute, 1993. 9. Switzer, David. The Minister As Crisis Counselor 10. Oswald M. Roy, Clergy Self-Care: Finding a balance for effective Ministry, Alban Institute, 2002 (older or reprint)

Publication Date

January 2005


Asbury Theological Seminary


ExL, PC510, Fall, Pastoral, care



PC 510 The Servant as Pastoral Care Giver