Moral Formation for 21st-Century Leaders
This one-of-a-kind resource in professional ethics helps today’s Christian leaders maintain a high moral character and lifestyle and sharpen their personal and professional decision-making skills amid the rapidly changing landscape of the contemporary church.
Joe Trull and Robert Creech bring together their experience as teachers and pastors to address both current and perennial ethical issues and offer guidance for developing a personal code of ethics to maintain integrity in the work of ministry. The authors address the nature of ethical decision making as well as practical areas where integrity can be compromised, including issues raised by the use of smartphones and social media.
Ethics for Christian Ministry is useful for professors and students in practical ministry, pastoral care, and ministerial ethics classes as well as pastors involved in local church ministry. It also contains appendixes with codes of ethics from various denominations.