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In the ATLA Religion Database:
Search terms:
Clergy---appointment, call
Clergy---resignations
Appointment and DE "clergy---psychology"

¿    The Summer 2005 issue of Review & Expositor (vol. 102) is an issue dedicated to the topic of systems theory and congregational leadership that builds off of some of the work done by Friedman in Generation to Generation and Murray Bowen's family systems theory.  This is available online through ATLA Religion.

Other articles:
1. Ministerial Transition. By: Grissom, Fred A. (Editor). Source: Faith and Mission, 10 Spr 1993, p 3-61. Publication Type: Article
Location: Divinity School Library:  Stacks | BV601.8 .F358

2. Transition problems: when a new pastor succeeds the old pastor, there are certain to be touchy psychological situations. By: Randall, Robert L.. Source: Christian Ministry, 15 no 5 S 1984, p 17-18. Publication Type: Article
Location: Divinity School Library:  Stacks Quarto | BV4000 .C47

In the Duke library catalog:

Subject search: clergy---appointment, call, and election

Books:
1.    Ramey, Robert H. (Robert Homer)   The pastor's start-up manual : beginning a new pastorate / Robert H. Ramey, Jr. ; Herb Miller, editor.  Nashville, TN : Abingdon Press, 1995.
Location: Divinity School Library:  Stacks | BV660.2 .R344 1995

2.    Oswald, Roy M.   New beginnings : a pastorate start up workbook / Roy M. Oswald.  Washington, DC : Alban Institute, c1989.
Location:  Divinity School Library:  Stacks | BV664 .O88 1989

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