Refill: Meditations for Leading with Wisdom, Peace, and Joy
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Refill: Meditations for Leading with Wisdom, Peace, and Joy  -     By: Kirk Byron Jones

Refill: Meditations for Leading with Wisdom, Peace, and Joy

Abingdon Press / 2014 / Paperback

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Refill: Meditations for Leading with Wisdom, Peace, and Joy is a collection of interactive meditations and reflections for ministry leaders--clergy, staff, and laity. Each reading is a new experience, including scripture passages, poetry, other literature, and music-listening references. Readings conclude with an action--a prayer, activity, or question for reflection. In his characteristic, uplifting style, author Kirk Byron Jones offers a series of joyful mini-retreats for the soul.

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Title: Refill: Meditations for Leading with Wisdom, Peace, and Joy
By: Kirk Byron Jones
Format: Paperback
Number of Pages: 176
Vendor: Abingdon Press
Publication Date: 2014
Dimensions: 7.00 X 5.00 (inches)
Weight: 6 ounces
ISBN: 1426796560
ISBN-13: 9781426796562
Stock No: WW796561
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This interactive book is designed specifically for church leaders—clergy, staff, and laity. Each week, readers experience three different meditations or exercises. Readers can approach the material in whatever way works best for them—on a regular schedule (Monday, Wednesday and Saturday, for instance) or in whatever way works best in any given week. The three-per-week meditations build upon themes, with an ebb and flow allowing the reader to experience the material more deeply. The fact that this is not a daily exercise is distinctive, as many devotional books are regimented and overwhelming, with an expectation of a daily commitment. Refill's format is designed to be viable, accessible, and nurturing for busy leaders. Each page contains a nugget of wisdom about how leaders can tap into inner capacities they already possess, but which are often overlooked. These capacities include awareness, stillness, and playfulness (as we learned of in Fulfilled) but the author also includes other capacities, such as compassion, empathy, and creativity.

Author Bio

Kirk Byron Jones holds a doctor of ministry degree from Emory University and a doctor of philosophy degree from Drew University. He is the author of several best-selling books for those seeking to grow spiritually in an ever-challenging world. Jones serves as adjunct professor of ethics, preaching and pastoral ministry at Andover Newton Theological School. Throughout his thirty-year pastoral ministry, he has also served on various religious and civic committees at the local and national level.

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