Central Region ADF Chaplains Seminar–Adelaide

The Chaplains of the ADF serve in a complex and challenging environment.  Along with pastoral responsibilities for service personnel and their families, they provide counsel and support to the unit command on matters to with the ethics of engagement, relating to local civilian populations and on unit morale.   It was a privilege to work with the Central Region Chaplains this week in Adelaide on pastoral transactions around moral injury and repair, leadership practices and processes for systemic health.  

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Faithfulness in Service Training – Anglican Church Diocese of Sydney

John Mark Ministries participated in three training seminars in Professional Standards for Ministers with the Anglican Church Diocese of Sydney on Thursday 15th and Friday 16th of May. The training was based on the 2007 revision of Faithfulness in Service, the national code for personal conduct and pastoral ministry in the Anglican Church. Over three sessions, Tim outlined the 4 sources of relational power in ministry, reflected on common areas of stress and finally examined personal and corporate practices which enable effective, godly and professional ministry. To access notes please continue this post… Continue reading “Faithfulness in Service Training – Anglican Church Diocese of Sydney”