Item description for Shared Wisdom: A Guide to Case Study Reflection in Ministry by Carol J. Allen, Jeffrey H. Mahan & Barbara B. Troxell...
Overview Using case study analysis, the authors evaluate events in ministry. They outline the case process - preparing, presenting, and discussing a case - and discuss the implications of the process. Each chapter offers a biblical image which connects the case process with the dynamic Christian tradition. Readers will learn techniques in writing case studies and how to use imagination and analogy to stimulate theological reflection.
Publishers Description Three authors well-acquainted in the area of field education evaluate events in ministry using case-study analysis. They outline the case process--preparing, presenting, and discussing a case--and analyze the implications of the process. Each chapter offers a biblical image which connects the case process with the dynamic Christian tradition. Readers will learn techniques for writing case studies and will come to understand how to use imagination and analogy to provoke theological reflection.
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Studio: Abingdon Press
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.5" Width: 5.52" Height: 0.39" Weight: 0.45 lbs.
Release Date Nov 1, 1993
Publisher Abingdon Church Supplies
ISBN 0687383358 ISBN13 9780687383351
Availability 124 units. Availability accurate as of May 22, 2017 11:51.
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More About Carol J. Allen, Jeffrey H. Mahan & Barbara B. Troxell
Allen is Pastor of Lakeview Presbyterian Church, Chicago, Illinois.
Reviews - What do customers think about Shared Wisdom: A Guide to Case Study Reflection in Ministry?
Good Case Study Discussion for Ministry Workers Jun 20, 2001
Mahan's book is a basic discussion and outline for ministry workers trying to discuss case studies in their work. Mahan gives a good step by step process for those presenting, facilitating, and critiquing each other in ministry case studies.
I used this book and the process in a doctoral level class and we found it to be helpful--more helpful than discussing our various cases.
Very helpful process Jun 1, 2000
Helping others (layfolks, seminarians, etc) reflect theologically on the ordinary events of life can be a daunting challenge. This book offers a very clear process for helping groups focus their conversation. I have been using this book with Divinity students for several years and find it really practical and successful. It offers a way to open up the conversation and get quickly to a deeper level.