Rural Congregational Studies   -     By: Shannon Jung, Mary Agria
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Rural Congregational Studies

Abingdon Press / 1997 / Paperback

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The book Rural Congregational Studies is intended to assist congregations to identify their own strengths and lead to their revitalization. It has been helpful in this regard according to numerous users. It has also been used in several seminaries as a way of introducting seminarians and pastors to the context of rural ministry.

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Format: Paperback
Vendor: Abingdon Press
Publication Date: 1997
ISBN: 0687031397
ISBN-13: 9780687031399
Availability: Available to ship on or about 09/20/14.

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Nearly all pastors sent to rural congregations were nurtured in larger urban congregations, and nearly always educated in urbanized seminaries. A wide culture gap between leaders and members often emerges among the church leaders in rural congregations. This book is designed to address and study the issues that arise when ordained and lay pastors are called or appointed to rural congregations.

This handbook will orient seminary students and pastors who are doing ministry in rural congregations. It focuses on the nature of congregational life in such a setting, showing ways to deal with the issues and challenges specific to rural culture. The authors tell how to best engage in evangelism and mission in the particular locations in which these congregations find themselves.

Rural Congregational Studies: A Guide for Good Shepherds outlines features of different rural settings that affect life and church life. Each chapter contains a section of "resources" (sidebars, ideas, programs, and so forth) that tie it to the chapter theme.

Author Bio

Mary A. Agria is a Rural Development Specialist at the Center for Theology and Land, a joint project of the Wartburg and University of Dubuque Theological Seminaries in Iowa. Shannon Jung is associated with the Center for Theology and Land: Rural Ministry Program, Wartburg Theological Seminary, in Dubuque, Iowa.

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