Journal of Christian Ministry | Vol 4 (2012)
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Vol 4 (2012)

In Grief: Contemporary Theory and the Practice of Ministry, Melissa M. Kelley draws from current social science research on attachment theory, constructive meaning-making, narrative therapeutic perspectives, practical theologies, and pastoral methods to offers fresh and innovative perspectives on current theories of practices for coping with...