The far-reaching impact of the COVID-19 pandemic has affected organizations of all types, including the church. It’s changed the way these entities serve their communities today and how they’ll continue to serve them throughout the postpandemic era.
In The Malpractice of Ministry, author Dr. Jerome King offers insight into ministering in the postpandemic era without compromising the Great Commission, delving into purpose-driven church pre-pandemic and postpandemic. Using the metaphor of malpractices in the medical profession and lessons learned in the pandemic, King combines organizational leadership and biblical scholarship to deliver the resource churches need to transform ministries for the new era.
The Malpractice of Ministry journeys through the process, from identifying symptoms and diagnosing ministry problems to incorporating proven measures with promising outcomes.
It urges churches to avoid the malpractice of ministry by taking proactive steps without compromising the church. King shows the best approach to ministry is based on the prayerful implementation of biblical integrity, sound organizational theory, and responsible ministry practice.