Preaching in the Midst of Appointive Change in the United Methodist Church
Scott Eugene Carnes D.Min.
The special requirements of preaching during appointive change has long been overlooked with few resources available to provide much-needed assistance. The work required for effective preaching during appointive change has critical elements that are difficult to navigate without an existing pastoral relationship with the congregation and community. This thesis describes a process that incorporates specific and direct attention to elements of change and vulnerability. It offers methods and models for enabling effective preaching during appointive change through deep connection between the congregation and the preacher. This process offers a plan for healthy pastoral transition and contextualized preaching from a place of vulnerability.
Degree Granting Institution
Doctor of Ministry
Type of Work
Gennifer B. Brooks Ph.D.
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