Our vision is to offer Bowen theory’s family systems approach to ministry to strengthen workers’ sustainability and fruitfulness.
Drawing on systems thinking, we increase our understanding of ourselves amidst our relational complexities while assisting others to do the same.
* while developed by people in interdenominational Christian ministry, workers from other faith communities are welcome
Events and training
Important dates coming up:
15 February: Certificate in Systems in Ministry Orientation 4:30-6:30pm
25 March: Supervision and Coaching Group (Semester 1)
Enquire: Bowen Family Systems Seminar for Ministry Teams
27 July & 3 Aug: Symposium: Navigating Challenging Relationships in Ministry
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To enquire about the Certificate in Systems in Ministry program, please download an enquiry form and return by email to firstname.lastname@example.org
Bowen Family Systems in Christian Ministry
By J Brown and L Errington
Managing congregational anxiety in the post COVID-19 reboot
Interview with Jenny Brown & Nigel Fortescue
Endurance in ministry through Family Systems
Interview with Craig Foster & Jenny Brown
How family systems change congregational life – with Robert Creech
What are the characteristics of effective leaders? How do emotional maturity and anxiety impact leadership? Effective pastoral ministry is primarily about relationships, and not primarily about skills and competencies.