Articles by Walter E. Kloss
Is your church prepared to help alcoholics come forward and find healing? Are you as a pastor able to confront this menace? Or would you prefer that all alcoholics remain anonymous? This how-to article will help you face the problem and help the sufferers.
OUR day is a transitional period in Christian pastoral care, characterized by confusion as to the nature, purpose, and function of the pastor. . .
It would be nice if our bodies had built-in red lights that would flash when we encounter excessive and harmful levels of stress. On second thought, we would probably pay no more attention to flashing red lights than we do to obvious signs of stress already present One facet of ministry that is especially vulnerable to stress-related problems is hospital chaplaincy.