Reflective Practice

Reflective Practice:  Formation and Supervision in Ministry is a journal that seeks to understand, expand, and promote theory, learning and reflection in the practice of supervision and formation in various ministries from pluralistic multi-faith perspectives. More…

Volume 36 of Reflective Practice: Formation and Supervision in Ministry is now available online at It is free! No need to login or register. The theme is on “How Do Adults Learn?” It has articles in it by Kathleen Cahalan, Roy Oswald, Matthew Floding (with Deborah K. Davis) and Axel Schoeber, all friends of ATFE. Floding and Davis have written the “ATFE Best Practices Paper.” There is also a book review by John Senior of Brimming with God: Reflecting Theologically on Cases in Ministry, edited by Barbara J. Blodgett and Matthew Folding. If you are interested in writing for future volumes, contact Scott Sullender, Editor – who is Professor of Pastoral Counseling at San Francisco Theological Seminary – at

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