교회의 새 패러다임으로서 쉼터와 목회자의 리더십 [Pastoral leadership in a new paradigm of a local church called "a place of sabbath"]

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Korean 
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2012 
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The main body of this paper is based on my lecture “The Pastoral Leadership and Spirituality for the contemporary churches” given at the Methodist Theological University in Seoul, Korea in the fall semester of 2011. It consists of four parts. The first part is on the general theory of Leadership. The second part is on the general theory for the Pastoral leadership and the ministry of a local church. The third part is my attempt at and suggestion for a new paradigm of ministry for the local church. I named it in Korean “Swim-tur” (“쉼터” in Korean it means the place of Sabbath). One cannot talk about leadership without considering the group that the leader is leading. In a pastoral leadership that group is the church in general. However, if we want to deal with a particular style of leadership, we have to identify the specific type of church and its ministry. I chose to deal with the characteristics of the leadership in the ministry of a local church that is a “Swim-tur” spending and giving. It is not a place they return to after a day of work. Rather it is a place they leave from for a day of work after resting. Home is a sacred institution whose nature and purpose of existence are radically different from all other institutions. Jesus expanded the boundaries of family from those with biological bonds to all the children of God. So now the church take the place of home (“Swim-ter”). I have discussed pastoral leadership in this new approach of understanding of church and its ministry in this paradigm. In the last section where I dealt with the casework, I tried to describe in detail how I, as a senior pastor, demonstrated my pastoral leadership in specific ways to set and clarify the purpose and goals of the event. How I led the committee members in the planning stages, and how I strategized with the congregation to accomplish the goal. During this process I kept in mind the church and its ministry of “Swim-tur”.  
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