6 edition of The congregational response to clergy betrayals of trust found in the catalog.
|Statement||Nancy Myer Hopkins.|
|Contributions||Interfaith Sexual Trauma Institute (Collegeville, Minn.)|
|LC Classifications||BV4392.5 .H66 1998|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||49 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||49|
|LC Control Number||97044854|
The scope of the problem --The pastor at risk --Misconduct as betrayal of a sexual trust --Misconduct as betrayal of a power trust --Ministering to the victims of misconduct --The pastor and the prevention of misconduct --The church's response to misconduct --Hope for the wanderer. Responsibility: Stanley J. Grenz and Roy D. Bell. ––The Rev. Dr. William M. Kondrath, congregational consultant and author of Facing Feelings in Faith Communities and Resources for Facing Feelings (Rowman & Littlefield) “Robin Hammeal-Urban is a wise and astute companion colleague when rebuilding trust after betrayal. She is my first phone call when I’m consulting with a parish.
Sexual misconduct by clergy is a devastating issue that reaches across all denominations, damaging the credibility of the church in its wake. The media regularly reports on the moral failure of leaders and abuse at the hands of those who are supposed to be trustworthy. Betrayal of Trust focuses on a common scenario of abuse--sexual involvement between a male pastor and a female congregant--and 4/5(1). Congregants will have unique needs in terms of processing and healing from the betrayal. While it is absolutely imperative that spaces are created for congregations to process their experience, sensitivity must be employed to ensure that the congregational impact does not overshadow the experiences of the primary victim(s).
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The Congregational Response to Clergy Betrayals of Trust also clears up confusion by defining the sometimes hard-to-understand forms of abuse that congregations may face: sexual misconduct, sexual harassment, sexual exploitation, and abuse of power in ways that are not necessarily sexual (emotional abuse, misuse or theft of funds, and substance abuse)/5(3).
When a priest, minister, or other spiritual leader betrays the trust of even one member of his or her congregation, everyone is seriously affected.
A practical response to such abuse, this booklet suggests ways congregations can work through the resulting conflict and confusion to emerge as a stronger, renewed community.
Buy Congregational Response to Clergy Betrayals of Trust from Liturgical Press: Essential Resources for a Worshiping World. Stock No: WWEB. Sexual misconduct by clergy is a devastating issue that reaches across all denominations, damaging the credibility of the church in its wake.
The media regularly reports on the moral failure of leaders and abuse at the hands of those who are supposed to be trustworthy. This book focuses on a common scenario of abuse - sexual involvement between a male pastor and a female Format: Ebook. Betrayal of Trust focuses on a common scenario of abuse--sexual involvement between a male pastor and a female congregant--and offers practical solutions on how to respond to and prevent this betrayal of trust.
This book presents methods that will help churches respond sensitively to victims and implement policies and procedures to prevent abuse from taking s: This book will help churches restore inner congregation peace after clergy and lay leader misconduct, whether it be sexual, physical, financial, spiritual, or emotional abuse.
This book carefully outlines many reasons why it is not unfair to place clergy abuse in the spotlight. Betrayal of Trust documents the special advantages clerical abusers have with their church, the state and with child victims. The most important reason for this book, however, is.
Hopkins, N. The congregational response to clergy betrayals of trust. Collegeville, MN: The Liturgical Press. This is an excellent overview of the issue of clergy sexual abuse from the perspective of the congregation and the process of addressing the crisis and recovery process for the congregation that has suffered clergy sexual abuse.
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Brand new Book. Other books have been written about clergy misconduct and its effects on congregations. Some are by victims. Others are written by professionals for a professional audience. Until now, however, there hasn't been a book for the congregational leaders who must deal with the fallout of clergy.
Educating the Church: 4 key areas. Develop a theology of oppression to explain impact of trauma. 5 facets of oppression (the opposite of love) Abuse of power.
Chapter 11 Addressing pastoral issues of congregational staff members Chapter 12 Addressing pastoral issues of congregational lay leaders, members, and the community Chapter 13 Understanding congregational dynamics Chapter 14 Offering pastoral leadership after clergy sexual abuse Chapter 15 Acknowledging signs that healing is happening Afterword iv.
Betrayal of Trust book. Read 2 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Sexual misconduct by clergy is a devastating issue that reaches ac /5(2). Wholeness After Betrayal: Restoring Trust in the Wake of Misconduct This book will help churches restore inner congregation peace after clergy and lay leader misconduct, whether it be sexual, physical, financial, spiritual, or emotional abuse.
According to the December poll, Catholics are less likely than Protestants to continue to trust church leaders. Fewer than a third (31%) give positive marks to clergy, compared to around half. Outline the disciplinary process, utilizing both the Book of Discipline and the Annual Conference Policy.
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Sex, Lies, and Rabbis: Breaking a Sacred Trust by Charlotte Rolnick Schwab, Ph.D. is a powerful book, a combination of memoir and nonfiction, about what happens when clergy, specifically, rabbis, are deified.
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