Dynamics of Small Town Ministry

Book, 2000, 89 pp
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The unique character and cultural distinctions of small towns present special challenges for pastors, especially for those whose models of ministry may be grounded in urban or suburban contexts. Farris, writing out of his personal experience in and commitment to small town ministry, explores the impact and importance of such matters as local history, geography, the values and metaphors of small town, boundary setting, and ministerial roles. Everyone involved in small town ministry will find this book to be a "must-read."
PublisherAlban Institute

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