Pastoral care, health, healing, and wholeness in African contexts : methodology, context, and issues / edited by Tapiwa N. Mucherera and Emmanuel Y. Lartey
- African spirituality that shapes the concept of Ubuntu / M. J. S. Masango -- Pastoral authority and responsibility: an African traditional leadership model for church governance and functioning / Esther E. Acolatse -- Healing in contemporary African Christian contexts in the face of the HIV & ADS pandemic / Tapiwa Mucherera -- Conjunction of gender violence and HIV/AIDS with implications for assessment and intervention in pastoral care / Anne K. Gatobu -- Healing postcolonia trauma in the African experience: the case of D.R. Congo / M. Fulgence Nyengele -- The aftermath of violence: a SECURE pastoral care model of healing and wholeness / Mazvita Machinga -- Deliverance and delivery: total care for the distressed, oppressed, and possessed / Emmanuel Y. Amugi Lartey.
- Pastoral theologians from Congo, Ghana, Kenya, South Africa, and Zimbabwe address, in this book, the issues of leadership, Ubuntu (community), gender-based violence, political violence, healing, and deliverance faced by pastors and ministers in African contexts today. Drawing on biblical, theological, social scientific, and cultural contextual perspectives, these African Christians offer much needed insights to assist in the care and counseling of persons towards healing, health, and well-being.
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- Includes bibliographical references
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