PASTORAL WORK AND PERSONAL COUNCELING by Russell Dics

PASTORAL WORK AND PERSONAL COUNCELING

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Every clergymen would benefit by a reading of a book such as this written by one who knows about the work of paster through his own It tells ministers ""how to win friends and influence people"" by utilizing commonsense, religious faith, and love of people combined with an their needs and problems. The timeliness of the advice given in this book is by the fact that service-men are being trained to their for personal counceling, together with the of the fufteen percent of our clergymen are an effective piece of work.

Publisher: Macmillan