A PERSON-MINDED MINISTRY by Richard H. Edwards

A PERSON-MINDED MINISTRY

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KIRKUS REVIEW

There has probably never been a time when our people were more powerfully reminded of the value and need of the individual. ""Personal work"" was a bad phrase for a worthy idea and repulsed many clergy and laymen. ""Person-mindedness"" seems a happier description of that state of individual-consciousness which every clergyman, social worker, teacher, parent, or friend should possess and cultivate. Mr. Edwards has written intelligently enough for the expert yet simply enough for the novice who would put people before things, the individual before the mass.

Publisher: Cokesbury