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Valuing Age: Pastoral Ministry with Older People
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Valuing Age: Pastoral Ministry with Older People

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SPCK 2008

Runs on Windows, Mac and mobile.
$19.99

Overview

With a strong focus on pastoral care and practical theology related to age and aging, this book will help caregivers in many different settings understand the elderly and the issues they face. In particular, it examines how theories of age relate to our experience, and how such experience might challenge and shape our theologies. Shared commitment to lifelong learning can help our ministry to be reflective and wise; it can broaden our imagination with sympathy. Valuing Age is grounded in the experiences of older people—their hopes and fears, their problems and possibilities. Each chapter includes exercises for further reflection, and notes that point to related readings.

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About James Woodward

James Woodward trained for ministry in the Anglican Church at Westcott House, Cambridge. Ordained in 1985, he has worked as a curate, a bishop’s chaplain, a hospital chaplain, and a parochial minister. He has taught and supervised at several universities. Between 1998 and 2009 he served as the head of the Foundation of Lady Katherine Leveson, the vicar of Saint Mary’s Church, and the director of the Leveson Center for the Study of Aging, Spirituality, and Social Policy. In April 2009, he was installed as canon of Saint George’s Chapel in Windsor. He is the author of Befriending Death and Services for Weekdays.

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