Theology for Ministry
Number of pages: 160
Who we believe God to be and how we experience our relationship to God permeates all aspects of our lives, especially for those called to some form of Christian service.
Margaret Lavin draws on these broad theological themes to show how they inform not just what we do but how we do the things we do under the banner of ministry. She writes especially for those involved in some form of ministry: pastors, chaplains, lay pastoral assistants, teachers, and students preparing for ministry.
Novalis' Theology for Teachers is one of our bestselling backlist titles. Theology for Ministry is a much needed volume especially for the rising tide of lay ministers.
Dr. Margaret Lavin, L.S.T. teaches systematic theology at Regis College, University of Toronto. She is the author of What We Believe: Practical Theology for Teachers (Novalis 2009) and Vatican II: Fifty Years of Evolution and Revolution in the Catholic Church (Novalis 2012).