Marshall Shelley
Ministering to Problem People in Your Church
February 20, 2019 Comments.. 309
Ministering to Problem People in Your Church Marshall Shelley Every church has them sincere, well meaning Christians who leave ulcers, strained relationships, and hard feelings in their wake They don t intend to be hostile they don t consciously plot destruction or breed discontent But they often do undermine the ministry of the church and make pastors question their calling.Ministering to Problem People in Your Church will guideEvery church has them sincere, well meaning Christians who leave ulcers, strained relationships, and hard feelings in their wake They don t intend to be hostile they don t consciously plot destruction or breed discontent But they often do undermine the ministry of the church and make pastors question their calling.Ministering to Problem People in Your Church will guide you in dealing with these challenging people Based on real life accounts of battle scarred veterans, this book helps you go beyond just tolerating problem people to limiting their damage and showing them God s love You ll discover effective strategies to turn dissidents into disciples.This time tested book by the editor in chief of Christianity Today s Leadership Journal has new chapters on using social media and caring for those with mental illness It will help you not only preserve your sanity and maybe your job , but minister effectively, even to those who make life difficult.. Ministering to Problem People in Your Church Every church has them sincere well meaning Christians who leave ulcers strained relationships and hard feelings in their wake They don t intend to be hostile they don t consciously plot destruction
  • Title: Ministering to Problem People in Your Church
  • Author: Marshall Shelley
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  • Page: 267
  • Format: Paperback
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    1. Joe Taylor says:

      This is not a new book but a revision of Shelley s older book Well Intentioned Dragons Some of the illustrations have been updated and two new chapters on Electronic Warfare and mental illness have been added Both new chapters are extremely helpful and a needed word for assistance in ministry I highly recommend this book to both leadership and laity Well worth the time to read and even re read.

    2. Steven Wedgeworth says:

      This is probably the best book on confrontation and conflict resolution in the pastoral ministry that I have read It s written on a basic level and doesn t have any obvious theological angle to it It presumes a generic sort of church, with discussions about both larger and smaller congregations It s also something you can read in just a few sittings But it covers a wide range of pastoral encounters and speaks directly to them Shelley gives you sound advice on both sympathizing with difficult par [...]

    3. Jon Kenney says:

      About This Book Don t let the title mislead you This is not a book on how to deal with problem people in your church Marshall Shelley, the vice president of Christianity Today International, takes the biblical approach and shares instead how to minister to problem people This revised book from the 1994 originally titled, Well Intentioned Dragons was a great resource and relatable for any pastor or church leader The dragons or problem people are based off Shelley s observations and research cond [...]

    4. Carrie Daws says:

      While the book is largely addressed to Pastors, Ministers, and other church spiritual leaders, the average ministry leader and church member can learn much from its pages The first part of the book goes into the different types of dragons , those people in every church who do not necessarily intend to cause turmoil and conflict, but routinely do The second part discusses various ways to handle these people and the situations they instigate, including reminding yourself that often pain or misunde [...]

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