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    7. Impacting my pastoral care When I was in the Seminary of Bogota, I was sent every year to a different parish in the city. I was sent to rich, middle-class, poor, and rural parishes. That understanding of different contexts and ways of life helped to shape the way I offer pastoral care, a way that does not judge, but simply wants to help people where they are at. 8. Consultation and critiques The verbatims and weekly reflections are great opportunities to receive and give feedback. I think this is very important in order to understand what I am doing well and what I need to work more on. In my seminary life, I have been always receiving feedback, especially in the seminary where each year I receive feedback from teachers and peers. I am very grateful for the feedback that my peers…

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    For my pastoral interview, I choose to interview the Senior Pastor of Huntington Central Church (Disciples of Christ) Rev. Jacque Parlato. I started the interview by asking Pastor Jacque to describe her call to ministry. More precisely I asked her to describe her calling from the time she first received it up until now. During this question Pastor Jacque began by telling me about her background and early life. She informed me that she was born and raised in Santiago California, to parents that…

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    Pastoral care is an art form of ministry, God’s love and care, offered to communities, humanity, as well as one self. This type of ministry takes scripture, theology, and personal experience and graph them together to create a firm foundation in which transforming care can transpire. Throughout the course of pastoral care, author Deborah Hunsinger, Theresa Latini and Margaret Kornfeld have presented some very vital information pertaining to becoming effective in pastoral care. In this paper, I…

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    scene is pastoral and idyllic, of the simple shepherd surrounded by his sheep in a beautiful rural paradise. The weather is usually perfect, but when it is…

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    This post will identify a set of criteria which to use to evaluate the effectiveness of a sports coach, a teacher, and a senior pastor referred to henceforth as leaders. Each of the items will be listed in order of highest priority to least. Next, the item will be justified along with how each item difference from each leader. Lastly, how each of these criteria can be measure will be looked at. This post is written from my personal perception of the job of these individuals and the roles that…

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    1) Pastoral Care as Therapy Lartey (56) identifies “danger of oversimplifying the issues at stake, the quest for single factors accountable for problems, the desire for quick-fix miracle cures, the problems of overdependence upon the curer or caregiver and the potential for abuse by the powerful therapist” (Anderson: p32). 2) Pastoral Care as Ministry This involves the church and it takes place during church service and there are five different activities that are to be done during the service;…

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    The flowers that the shepherd lists are supposedly romantic to the woman. He claims that he will grow a lot of flowers, which are expensive. Considering the shepherd’s financial position, growing many flowers is beyond his role of herding animals. He also wants the flowers that he grows to last forever. He does not realize that flowers need long-term care to continue growing. The poem suggests that the shepherd may grow the flowers, but he may not end up caring for the flowers in the end. He…

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    The Shepherd got Rejected The two poems, The Passionate Shepherd to His Love and The Nymph's Reply to the Shepherd, each share their own insight on their life. The second poem is a depressing reply to the first poem, which tries its hardest to get his lady to come stay with him and love him forever. It shows happiness and joy, while the second one points out why they could never be together forever. The response to the Shepherd uses three main reasons not to move in with him, all the beauty he…

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    my future. Me and my parents were welcomed into the James River Youth building by a crowd of sophomores that were chanting may name. I saw some familiar faces that i have met over the years and that made it all the more exciting for me. One of my best friends, Daneisha, was one of those faces and she took my picture for my student ID. This was her job because she was in the Communications Practicum her 1st year, but this year she is in the Youth Practicum. {PRACTICUMS: Each JRLC student picks…

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    In “The Passionate Shepherd to His Love” by Christopher Marlowe and “The Nymph’s Reply to the Shepard,” by Sir Walter Raleigh, both poets focus on the central idea of love. These poems were written in Pastoral Tradition, which celebrates the beauty of nature, and almost has a perfect setting. The details given in the first poem describe a shepherd who thinks idealistically and romantically. Whereas in the other poem, the Nymph believes realistically and disproves the belief of the perfect world…

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