All ATFE members are educators, curating contextual learning experiences and networking with institutional partners. We are also teachers, preachers, and regular contributors to the field through research, writing, and scholarship.

Reflective Practice supports and is supported by ATFE.

Volume 44 of Reflective Practice is now available! Printed copies are available for purchase through the journal’s web site:

Current Issue’s Theme: Formation and Supervision at the Margins

Next Issue: Vol. 45, 2025


(Etienne Wenger, Communities of Practice: Learning, Meaning, and Identity, (New York: Cambridge University Press, 1998), 118ff.)

As editors we’ve been comparing notes about adaptation and change in CPE environments and in Theological Field Education. Clearly there are challenges being confronted in the new permutations of CPE and Theological Field Education environments. Adaptations are being made while the cornerstones of our educational process: action—reflection—action remains a constant.

In M.A./MDiv programs, Theological Field Education is conducted completely online, in various hybrid formats, or in traditional residential settings. In each, Theological Field Education provides places to practice and spaces to reflect (peer reflection group, with supervisor-mentor, and individually) under quality supervision committed to mentoring. Adaptation has been critical to delivering a rich formational experience.

In CPE, our cornerstone has long been educating and creating spiritual care leaders who embrace their unique and insightful pastoral identity and pastoral competence alongside their ability to engage in pastoral reflection. While this cornerstone remains the needed and necessary brick of CPE, new bricks of adaption are on the horizon all around us. The new adaptations on the horizon center on the question of where pastoral identity, pastoral competence, and pastoral reflection are developed. How do we redefine “the clinic” in Clinical Pastoral Education? Maybe the clinic is technically not a clinic at all but just as viable a teaching and learning space -the homeless shelter, the domestic violence safe haven, the airport, or the college dorm. They are some of the new bricks that are calling us to adapt in CPE…. if we are open.

Research and Publications Committee

The Research and Publications Committee supports ATFE members who conduct research, publish articles, and produce books. The committee fosters and encourages qualitative and quantitative research. One particular interest is supporting research that benefits the proliferation of ATFE’s work through collaborative efforts of field educators.

Current Chair

Tim Coltvet
Director of Contextual Learning
Luther Seminary in St. Paul, MN
t: 651-641-3506

ATFE Research Grants

The committee invites applications for ATFE Research Grants. This is an opportunity for ATFE members to research and present on an area of interest that intersects with the work of Field Educators. The committee is primarily concerned with encouraging field educators to build their research skills and explore questions that impact their work with students, institutions and the wider community. Collaborative proposals are encouraged. We also see this as an opportunity for members to build exposure to the grant writing process.

Criteria for ATFE Grant Awards

  1. The applicant must be a member of ATFE in good standing. This criterion can be waived, if the proposed research directly focuses on furthering the goals of ATFE.
  2. The proposal must be complete and submitted by March 1.
  3. The Research & Publications Committee will evaluate the proposal on the quality of the application, its relevance for theological field education, and its alignment with the current goals and objectives of the association.
  4. The applicant must include a plan for dissemination of the results. This can be done by sharing with the ATFE membership the results of his/her research through a presentation at the Biennial consultation or a scholarly publication such as Reflective Practice: Formation and Supervision in Ministry. The applicant must stipulate in the proposal how they plan to share their results and at which Consultation they would be willing to make their presentation.
  5. Preference will be given to research that will be carried out as part of a sabbatical.
  6. Applicants who are part of the Research & Publications Committee are eligible, but must absent themselves from the deliberation process.
  7. Preference is given to first time applicants. Prior funding does not, however, preclude award.
  8. The ATFE Research Committee may not award any funding if the proposal(s) submitted do not merit award or do not implement the aims of ATFE.  Generally, study leaves or course preparation will not be funded.

Applying for an ATFE Research Grant:

  1. The proposal needs to be submitted to the Chair of the ATFE Research Committee. The committee chair will circulate it among the committee members for review and final recommendation.
  2. Applications are due no later than March 1 of each year.
  3. The proposal needs to be brief with the narrative portion not more than 5 pages single-spaced.
  4.  Please note that the bi-annual funds available for all ATFE research grant proposals is $4,000. We recommend grant requests of $1000 so that we are able to support multiple requests.

A Complete Proposal Includes:

  1. Abstract of your Proposal
  2. Outline of the nature of the research to be conducted (this needs to be a clear statement of your research focus)
  3. Narrative that includes: the research, its relevance for theological field education and how the applicant plans to share the results with ATFE. Include purpose and procedures relevant to research type (e.g., anticipated outcomes, theoretical framework, methods for sampling, data collection and analysis, and instruments proposed) as well as, your anticipated outcomes, plan for evaluation and a date for completion of the project.
  4. Budget
  5. Timeline that includes dates for research, evaluation, financial reporting and dissemination
  6. CV or Resume of applicant and if applicable, other research partners.


Publications by ATFE Members

We celebrate ATFE member publications here.

<div class="page-content"> <p><strong><u>Books</u></strong></p> <p>Bonnie Abadie, <em>Believing While Grieving: A Journey to Find Blessing in Brokenness, </em>Balboa Press, 2019.</p> <p>Matthew Floding and Sung Hee Chang, eds., <em>Enlighten: Learning in Theological Field Education</em>, Rowman and Littlefield, 2020.</p> <p>William B. Kincaid, <em>Letters to the Church: Encouragement and Engagement for the 2020 Election, </em>Wipf & Stock, 2020.</p> <p>___________, <em>Like Stepping into a Canoe: Nimbleness and the Transition into Ministry</em>, Wipf and Stock, 2018.</p> <p>John Senior and Matthew Floding, eds., <em>Empower: A Toolkit for Mentoring in Theological Field Education</em>, Rowman and Littlefield, 2020.</p> <p>Christina Zaker, <em>Surprised by God: Teaching Reflection through the Parables</em>, Rowman and Littlefield, 2020.</p> <p> </p> <p><strong><u>Articles</u></strong></p> <p>Bonnie Abadie, Matthew Floding, Kristina Lizardy-Hajbi, Caroline McCall, “Excellence in Supervision: Listening to our Students,” <em>Reflective Practice: Formation and Supervision in Ministry</em>, 2020, Vol. 40.</p> <p>Chris Arockiaraj, Sung Hee Chang, Dorothee Tripodi, “Excellence in Supervision: Theories of Supervision,”<em> Reflective Practice: Formation and Supervision in Ministry</em>, 2020, Vol. 40.</p> <p>Barbara J. Blodgett, “Practicing Curiosity,” <em>Reflective Practice: Formation and Supervision in Ministry</em>, 2018, Vol. 38.</p> <p>Catherine Brall, Timothy Coltvet, Daniel Corpening, “Excellence in Supervision: Literature Review,” <em>Reflective Practice: Formation and Supervision in Ministry</em>, 2020, Vol. 40.</p> <p>Brady Bryce, “What Ministers Should Know: Identifying Expectations for Minister Knowledge in Protestant American Free Churches,” <em>Practical Theology</em>, June 2020.</p> <p>__________, “Stumbling Into Theological Field Education: Exploring the Move from ‘Knowing How’ to ‘Teaching How’,”<em> Reflective Practice: Formation and Supervision in Ministry</em>, 2018, Vol. 38.</p> <p>Eileen R. Campbell-Reed, Catrina Ciccone, Marcus Hong, Susan MacAlpine-Gillis, “Excellence in Supervision: Practical Wisdom from Supervisors/Mentors,”<em> Reflective Practice: Formation and Supervision in Ministry</em>, 2020, Vol. 40.</p> <p>Matthew Floding, “Excellence in Supervision: Introduction and Conclusion,” <em>Reflective Practice: Formation and Supervision in Ministry</em>, 2020, Vol. 40.</p> <p><u>_________</u>, Sung Hee Chung, John Senior, and Faye Taylor, “Engaging Formational Stories and Pastoral Imagination,” <em>Reflective Practice: Formation and Supervision in Ministry</em>, 2019, Vol. 39.</p> <p><u>                  </u>, William H. Lamar IV and Cheryle D. Moore, “Report: Forum on Ministerial Formation in Black Church Traditions,” <em>Reflective Practice: Formation and Supervision in Ministry</em>, 2018, Vol. 38.</p> <p><u>                  </u>, Sung Hee Chang, Joanne Lindstrom, David W. Watkins III, Barbara J. Blodgett, Susan E. Fox, Kimberly L. Clayton, Lucinda Huffaker, Susan L. LeFeber, Catherine M. Brall, “Engaging the Dynamics of Pastoral Imagination for Field Education,” <em>Reflective Practice: Formation and Supervision in Ministry</em>, 2017, Vol. 37.</p> <p>Kate Lassiter, “Where there is hurt, there must be healing: Native Values, Restorative Justice, and Feminist Bridgework,” in T.M. Kelly and B. Pennington, eds., <em>Bridge Building: Pope Francis’ Practical Theological Approach</em>, Herder & Herder, 2020.</p> <p>Kristina Lizardy-Hajbi, “Nurturing Leadership Development for the Now and the Next: A Denominational Perspective,” <em>Reflective Practice: Formation and Supervision in Ministry,</em> 2018, Vol. 38.</p> <p>Leslie Veen, “Jethro and Moses: A Biblical Model of Supervision from Exodus 18,” <em>Reflective Practice: Formation and Supervision in Ministry,</em> 2018, Vol. 38.</p> <p>Christina R. Zaker, “Anatomy of a Site Visit,” <em>Reflective Practice: Formation and Supervision in Ministry</em>, 2018, Vol. 39.</p> <p>______________, Tanya Linn Bennett, Tamara Wilden, Thomas Elliott, “Excellence in Supervision: Training Site Supervisors/Mentors,” <em>Reflective Practice: Formation and Supervision in Ministry</em>, 2020, Vol. 40.</p> <p> </p> <p><strong><u>Book Reviews</u></strong></p> <p>Barbara J. Blodgett, review of <em>Roots & Routes: Calling, Ministry, and the Power of Place.</em> Randy G. Litchfield (Nashville: Abingdon Press, 2019), <em>Encounter</em>, 2020.</p> <p><u>                          </u>, review of <em>A Leader’s Guide to Competency-Based Education: </em></p> <p><em>From Inception to Implementation, </em>Deborah J. Bushway, Laurie Dodge, and Charla S. Long<strong> (</strong>Sterling, VA: Stylus Publishing, 2018),, January 18, 2019.</p> <p><u>                          </u>, review of <em>Envisioning the Faculty for the 21<sup>st</sup> Century: Moving to a Mission-Oriented and Learner-Centered Model. </em>Adrianna Kezar and Daniel Maxey, editors (New Brunswick, NJ: Rutgers University Press, 2016),, May 2017.</p> <p><u>                        </u>, review of <em>Studio Teaching in Higher Education: Selected Design Cases.  </em>Elizabeth Boling, Richard A. Schwier, Colin M. Gray, Kennon M. Smith, and Katy Campbell, editors (New York, NY: Routledge, 2016),, September 18, 2017.</p> <p><u>                        </u>, review of <em>Fear of the Other: No Fear in Love</em>. William H. Willimon (Abingdon, 2016), <em>Encounter</em> 77, no. 2, 2017.</p> <p>Matthew Floding, review of <em>Like Stepping into a Canoe: Nimbleness and the Transition into Ministry</em>, William Kincaid, (Eugene, OR: Wipf and Stock, 2018), <em>Reflective Practice</em>, Vol. 40, 2020.</p> <p><u>                         </u>, review of <em>Mentoring for Ministry: The Grace of Growing Pastors</em>, Craig T. Kocher, Jason Byassee and James C. Howell, editors., (Eugene, OR: Cascade Books, 2017), <em>Reflective Practice</em>, Vol. 39, 2019.</p> <p>Leslie Veen, review of Mentoring: Biblical, Theological, and Practical Perspectives, Dean K. Thompson and D. Cameron Murchison, editors (Grand Rapids, MI: Eerdmans, 2018), <em>Reflective Practice</em>, Vol. 39, 2019.</p> </div>
<div class="page-content"> <p>Blodgett, Barbara, “Grading Matters in Theological Education,” <em>Teaching Theology & Religion</em> Volume 20, Issue 4 October 2017.</p> <p>Bryce, Brady. <em>Theology in Practice:  Context for Minister Formation</em>. Restoration Quarterly, Vol. 59, No. 2, 2017.</p> <p>Crowder, Stephanie Buckhanon. “A Mother-Whore is Still a Mother: Revelation 17-18 and African American Mothers” in <em>Parenting as Spiritual Practice and Source for Theology: Mothering Matters</em>. Edited by Claire Bischoff, et al. New York: Palgrave Macmillan, forthcoming Fall 2017.</p> <div class="page-content"> <p> </p> <p><strong>ATFE Bibliography Minneapolis Biennial 2017</strong></p> <p><b>Recent Publications By ATFE Members</b></p> <p>Willard W. C. Ashley, Sr., ed.  <i>Learning to Lead: Lessons in Leadership for People of Faith</i>. Woodstock, VT: Sky Light Paths Publishing, 2016.</p> <p>Barbara J. Blodgett,  Matthew Floding, ed. <i>Brimming with God: Reflecting Theologically on Cases in Ministry</i>. Eugene, OR: Pickwick Publications, 2015.</p> <p>__________ .”Engaging in Ministry Ethically.” <i>Engage! A Theological Field Education Toolkit.</i> Matthew Floding and Lucinda Huffaker, ed. Lanham, MD: Rowman and Littlefield, 2017.</p> <p>Joseph E. Bush.  <i>Practical Theology in Church and Society</i>. Eugene: Cascade, 2016.</p> <p>________, Sue Withers, “Which Religion is Better?” <em>Brimming With God:</em> <i>Reflecting Theologically on Cases in Ministry.</i> Matt Floding and Barbara Blodgett, ed.: 133-146. Eugene: Pickwick Publications, 2015.</p> <p>_________. “Land Ethic Through a Retrospective Lens: Focusing and Refocusing Moral Community.” <i>New Theology Review</i> 26:2 (2014): 13-22.</p> <p>Matthew Floding,  Lucinda Huffaker, Rhonda Parker, Thomas Fuller, Jennie Lee Rodriguez, Allison St. Louis. “The Power of the Learning Community Model for the Development of Supervisor-Mentors.” <i>Reflective Practice: Formation and Supervision in Ministry</i> 35 (2015): 220-243.</p> <p>__________, Barbara J. Blodgett, ed. <i>Brimming with God: Reflecting Theologically on Cases in Ministry</i>. Eugene: Pickwick Publications, 2015.</p> <p>__________, Deborah K. Davis. “The Gifts of One Hour: Strategies for Reflective Supervision.” <i>Reflective Practice: Formation and Supervision in Ministry</i> 36 (2016): 197-214.</p> <p>_________, ed. <i>Engage: a Theological Field Education Toolkit</i>. Lanham, MD: Rowman and Littlefield, 2017.</p> <p>Mark Chung Hearn. <i>Religious Experience among Second Generation Korean Americans</i>. New York: Palgrave MacMillan, 2016.</p> <p>C. Anthony Hunt. <i>Keep Looking Up: Sermons on the Psalms</i>. Lima, OH: Wyndham Hall Press, 2016.</p> <p><i>_________. My Hope is Built: Essays, Sermons and Prayers on Religion and Race</i>. Lima, OH, 2011.</p> <p>Theresa O’Keefe. “Companioning Adolescents into Adulthood:  Secondary Schools as Communities of Care and Growth.” <i>Education Matters: Readings in Pastoral Care for School Chaplains, Guidance Counsellors and Teachers. </i>James O’Higgins Norman, ed. Dublin: Veritas, 2014.</p> <p>Christian Scharen. <i>Fieldwork in Theology: Exploring the Social Context of God’s Work in the World</i>. Grand Rapids: Baker Academic, 2015.</p> <p>________, Eileen Campbell-Reed. <i>Learning Pastoral Imagination</i> (Auburn Studies 21). (Winter 2016).</p> <p>________, Sharon Miller. <i>Bright Spots in Theological Education</i> (Auburn Studies 22). (Summer 2016).</p> <p>_________, Dorothy Bass, Kathleen Cahalan, Bonnie Miller-McLemore, James Nieman. <i>Christian Practical Wisdom: What It Is, Why It Matters</i>. Grand Rapids: Eerdmans, 2016.</p> <p>John E. Senior. “Engaging in a Nonprofit Context.” <i>Engage! A Theological Field Education Toolkit</i>. Matthew Floding,  Lucinda Huffaker, ed. Lanham, MD: Rowman and Littlefield, 2017.</p> <p><i>_________. A Theology of Political Vocation: Christian Life and Public Office</i>. Waco, TX: Baylor University Press, 2015.</p> <p>Daryl L. Smith. <i>More Than a Great Wedding 2: Creating Communities Where Healthy Relationships Thrive</i>. Don.Q.Dox, 2015.</p> <p><i>________. The End of Small Groups: Leading Incarnational Villages</i>. Don.Q.Dox, 2015.</p> <p>Christina Zaker. “Parable as a Lens for Theological Reflection.” <i>Reflective Practice: Formation and Supervision in Ministry</i> 35 (2015).</p> <p>________. “Empowering Families to be Faith-Filled Evangelizers.” <i>Chicago Studies</i>, 55:1 (Spring 2016).</p> <p>________, Barbara J. Blodgett. “Lack of Grace at Grace Church.” <i>Brimming with God: Reflecting Theologically on Cases in Ministry</i>. Barbara J. Blodgett, Matthew Floding, ed.   Eugene, OR: Pickwick Publications, 2015:147-157.</p> </div> </div>
<p>Books</p> <p>Lee Beach. <em>The Church in Exile: Living in Hope after Christendom</em>. Downers Grove, IL: InterVarsity, 2015.</p> <p>Jeffrey H. Mahan. <em>Media, Religion and Culture: An Introduction.</em></p> <p>William M. Kondrath. <em>Congregational Resources for Facing Feelings</em>.</p> <p>Chapters</p> <p>Lee Beach. “Sculpting a Lesson.” In Stanley E. Porter, ed. <em>Let Those Who Can, Teach.</em></p> <p>James M. Brandt. “Student Formation through Experiential and Transformative Learning: Pedagogical Insights from/for Contextual Education.” In Sondra Higgins Matthaei, Nancy R. Howell, eds. <em>Proleptic Pedagogy: Theological Education Anticipating the Future</em>.</p> <p>Lorraine Ste-Marie. “Pour un leadership écclesial en résonance avec les théories du développement humain et organisationelle.” In <em>Vivre ensemble : Actes du Colloque de la Société Internationale de la Théologie Pratique</em>, mai 2012.</p> <p>Lorraine Ste-Marie. “Supervision pastorale et identité ministérielle.” In K. Demasure, L. Tardif, eds., avec la collaboration de Marie-Rose Tannous. <em>Théologie pratique et pratiques de théologie, Breches théologiques.</em></p> <p>Lorraine Ste-Marie. “Les déplacements des lieux d’autorités : Impact sur la formation des agents pastoraux.” In <em>Autorité et Pouvoir : Actes du Colloque de la Société Internationale de la Théologie Pratiques</em>, juin 2014. Drongen, Belgium: <em>Lumen Vitae</em>, 2015.</p> <p>Lorraine Ste-Marie. “Relecture théologiques du chapitre de Mme Hélène Tessier intitulé : ‘Accommodements raissonables : où en est la réflexion morales sur le droit à l’égalité.'” In K. Demasure, L. Tardif, eds., avec la collaboration de Marie-Rose Tannous. <em>Théologie pratique et pratiques de théologie, Breches théologiques.</em></p> <p>Jenny Whitcher. “Breaking the Civic Spirit: Experiences of Young Organizers.” In Harry C. Boyte, ed. <em>Democracy’s Education: Public Work, Citizenship and the Future of Colleges and Universities</em>. Nashville: Vanderbilt University Press, 2015.</p> <p>Articles</p> <p>Lee Beach. “Friend or Foe?: The Role of the Scholar in the Emerging Church.” With Dr. Steve Studebaker. <em>Theological Education</em> 48.2, 2014.</p> <p>Barbara Blodgett, Matthew Floding. “The Role of Theological Reflection Within Field Education.” <em>Reflective Practice</em> 34, 2014.</p> <p>Isabel Decampo. “Love is my Song, Peace is my Name: Cultivating Peace through a Women’s Interfaith Dialogue.” 2015.</p> <p>Susan E. Fox, Joanne Lindstrom Stephanie Croom. “Digital Natives–Ministry Immigrants.” <em>Reflective Practice </em>34, 2014.</p> <p>Mary C. Froehle, Kate Lassiter, Diane Maloney. “Fieldnotes: Facilitating Conversations About Sex, Gender, and Sexuality in Field Education.” <em>Reflective Practice </em>34, 2014.</p> <p>Axel Schoeber. “Making Space for Online Students to Create Relevancy From Course Content for their Contexts.” <em>Reflective Practice</em>, May 2016.</p> <p>Lorraine Ste-Marie. “In Celebration of Multivalence in Practical Theology.” <em>Toronto Journal of Theology</em> 29.1, Spring 2013.</p> <p>Lorraine Ste-Marie. “From Pasts to Possibilities: Finding our Way as the Association of Theological Field Education.” <em>Reflective Practice </em>33, 2013.</p> <p>Lorraine Ste-Marie, Flavie Baudet. “Une formation intégrale pour les agents pastoraux : Stratégies préventives au burnout.” <em>Lumen Vitae, </em>numéro special, Septembre 2013. “Burn out, épuisement des agents pastoraux.”</p> <p>Book Reviews</p> <p>Lee Beach. Review of <em>A Peaceable Hope: Contesting Violent Eschatology in New Testament Narratives</em> by David J. Neville. <em>Cultural Encounters </em>10, 1, 2014.</p> <p>Lee Beach. Review of <em>Green Shoots out of Dry Ground: Growing a New Future for the Church in Canada</em> by John Bowen, ed. <em>McMaster Journal of Theology and Ministry</em> 15, 2013-14.</p> <p>Joseph E. Bush. Review of <em>Dynamic Diversity: Building Class, Age, Race and Gender in the Church</em> by Bruce Milne. <em>Reflective Practice</em> 33, 2013.</p> <p>Mary C. Froehle, Diane Maloney, Kate Lassiter. “Complex Identities in Ministry Formation: Processes of Reflection, Refraction, and Diffraction in the Context of Difference in Theological Field Education.” In Pamela Couture, Robert Mager, Pamela McCarroll, Natalie Wigg-Stevenson, eds. <em>Complex Identities in a Shifting World: One God, Many Stories: Proceedings of the 11th International Academy of Practical Theology Conference</em>. Berlin, Germany: LIT Verlag, 2015.</p> <p>Francis B. Koper. Review of <em>Religious Life in Poland</em> by Christopher Garbowski. <em>Catholic Library World</em> 85, 1, September 2014.</p> <p>Viki Matson. Review of <em>Welcome to Theological Field Education</em> by Matthew Floding, ed. <em>Reflective Practice</em> 33, 2013.</p> <p>Axel Schoeber. “Shaped Digitally.” <em>Theological Education </em>(2017).</p> <p>Lorraine Ste-Marie. Review of <em>Pastoral Care and Hermeneutics</em> by Donald Capps. <em>Reflective Practice</em> 34, 2014.</p> <h4></h4>
<p>Books</p> <p>Willard Ashley. <em>Learning to Lead: Lessons in Leadership for Persons of Faith</em>.</p> <p>John H. Aukerman, general ed. <em>Discipleship That Transforms: An Introduction to Christian Education from a Wesleyan Holiness Perspective</em>.</p> <p>Barbara Blodgett. <em>Becoming the Pastor You Hope to Be</em>.</p> <p>Tracy Hartman, co-author. <em>New Proclamation Commentary</em>.</p> <p>Tracy Hartman. <em>Letting the Other Speak: Proclaiming the Stories of Biblical Women.</em></p> <p>William Kincaid. <em>Finding Voice: How Theological Field Education Shapes Pastoral Identity</em>.</p> <p>William M. Kondrath. <em>Facing Feelings in Faith Communities</em>.</p> <p>Chapters/Contributions</p> <p>James Brandt. “Historical Theology and Practical Theology.” In Bonnie Miller-McLemore, ed. <em>The Blackwell Companion to Practical Theology</em>.</p> <p>Emily Click. “Contextual Education and Practical Theology.” In Bonnie Miller-McLemore, ed. <em>The Blackwell Companion to Practical Theology</em>.</p> <p>Isabel N. Docampo. “Joshua, Judges, Ruth.” In Stan Purdum, ed. <em>Immersion Bible Studies</em>.</p> <p>Tracy Hartman, contributor. In David B. Lott, ed. <em>New Proclamation Commentary</em>.</p> <p>Tracy Hartman, contributor. In Brown Taylor, Bartlett, eds. <em>Feasting on the Gospels</em>.</p> <p>Ellen Marmon. “The Transformative Path of Local, Cross-cultural Relationships.” In Carrie J. Boden McGill, Sola M. Kippers, eds. <em>Pathways to Transformation: Learning in Relationship</em>.</p> <p>Articles</p> <p>Lee Beach. “Virtual Reflection or Virtually Reflecting? Doing Group Theological Reflection Online.” <em>Reflective Practice</em> 31, 2011.</p> <p>Donald E. Blumenfeld. “Assessing the Assumption.” In <em>Through Her Intercession</em>, Immaculate Conception School of Theology’s Institute of Christian Spirituality, May 2012.</p> <p>Joseph E. Bush. “Keeping Faith in Community: A Pastoral Response and Ethical Argument.” <em>Ohio State Journal of Criminal Law</em> 10:1, Fall 2012.</p> <p>Isabel N. Docampo. “Identity, God-talk, Self-Critical Reflection in Religious Leadership: Contributions from a Latino/a Perspective.” <em>Journal of Religious Leadership </em>11.1, 2012.</p> <p>Matthew Floding, Glenn Swier. “Legitimate Peripheral Participation: Entering a Community of Practice.” <em>Reflective Practice</em> 31, 2011.</p> <p>Susan Fox, Stephanie Croom. “Overcoming Distance and Time: Online Supervisor Training in Contextual Education Programs.” <em>Reflective Practice</em> 31, 2011.</p> <p>Ann M. Garrido, Carolyn A. Wright. “Contextual Education in Conflict Management: An Experimental Approach.” <em>Seminary Journal</em> 17, 1, Spring 2011.</p> <p>Neil Sims. “Theologically Reflective Practice: A Key Tool for Contemporary Ministry.” <em>Reflective Practice</em> 31, 2011.</p> <p>Lorraine Ste-Marie. “Adult Development and Theological Field Education.” <em>Reflective Practice</em> 31, 2011.</p> <p>Matthew Floding. “Fostering a Mentoring Environment.” <em>Reflective Practice </em>32, 2012.</p> <p>Roslyn H. Wright. “Incarnational Goal-Setting—Identity, Vocation and Discernment: Building Foundations for Formation.” <em>Reflective Practice</em> 32, 2012.</p> <p>Online Resources</p> <p>Stephanie Croom, Deborah Davis, Matthew Floding, Susan Fox, Joanne Lindstrom, Sue Setzer, Stephanie Suave, Dorothee Tripodi. <a href=""><u></u></a> (2012).<strong> </strong></p> <p>Book Reviews<strong> </strong></p> <p>Joseph E. Bush. Review of <em>Reclaiming Virtue: How We Can Develop the Moral Intelligence to Do the Right Thing at the Right Time for the Right Reason</em> by John Bradshaw. <em>Reflective Practice</em> 32, 2012.</p> <p>Joseph E. Bush. Review of <em>Introducing the Practice of Ministry</em> by Kathleen A. Cahalan. <em>The Heythrop Journal</em> 53, 2012.</p> <p>Leon Carroll. Review of <em>Equipping the Saints: Best Practices in Contextual Theological Education</em> by David O. Jenkins and P. Alice Rogers. <em>Reflective Practice</em> 31, 2011.</p> <p>Isabel Docampo. Review of <em>Women Out of Order: Risking Change and Creating Care in a Multicultural World</em> by Jeanne Stevenson-Moessner, Teresa Snorton, eds. <em>Reflective Practice</em> 31, 2011.</p> <p>Matthew Floding. Review of <em>Becoming the Pastor You Hope to Be: Four Practices for Improving Ministry</em> by Barbara Blodgett. <em>Reflective Practice</em> 32, 2012.</p> <p>Nancy Hall. Review of <em>Welcome to Theological Field Education</em> by Matthew Floding, ed. <em>Reflective Practice</em> 31, 2011.</p> <p>Catherine P. Zeph. Review of <em>A Concise Guide to Supervising a Ministry Student</em> by Ann M. Garrido. <em>Reflective Practice</em> 32, 2012.</p> <p> </p> <p><strong> </strong></p>
<p>Books</p> <p>Sarah B. Drummond. <em>Holy Clarity: The Practice of Planning and Evaluation</em>.</p> <p>Matthew Floding, ed. <em>Welcome to Theological Field Education</em><a href="" target="_blank" rel="noopener"><em>.</em></a></p> <p>David Jenkins and P. Alice Rogers, eds. <em>Equipping the Saints: Best Practices in Contextual Theological Education.</em></p> <p>Tim Sensing. <em>Qualitative Research: A Multi-Methods Approach to Projects for Doctor of Ministry Projects. </em></p> <p>Daryl L. Smith. <em>More than a Great Wedding: Creating healthy communities which thrive</em></p> <p>Articles</p> <p>Barbara Blodgett. “Trust and Ministerial Formation.” <em>Journal of Reflective Practice: Formation and Supervision in Ministry</em></p> <p>Barbara Blodgett. <em>“</em>Ministry Ethics.<em>“</em> In Matthew Floding, ed. <em>Welcome to Theological Field Education</em>.</p> <p>James M. Brandt. <em>“</em>Interpretation of Culture in Schleiermacher’s Christian Ethics.<em>“</em> In Brent W. Sockness, Wilhelm Grab, eds. <em>Study of Religion and the Future of Theology.</em></p> <p>Joseph E. Bush Jr. and Twyla Susan Werstein. “Integrative Learning for Ministry: A Case Study for the Presbyterian School of Ministry in New Zealand.” <em>Reflective Practice.</em></p> <p>John Swinton, Harriet Mowat. <em>“</em>Practical Theology and Qualitative Research.<em>“</em> <em>The Heythrop Journal: A bimonthly Review of Philosophy and Theology.</em></p> <p>Murray House, Doug Robinson. “Field Based Supervised Theological Education.<em>“</em> <em>Ministry.</em></p> <p>Francis A. Lonsway, Hutz H. Hertzberg. “Unique Characteristics of Church Planters: A Research Proposal.<a href="" target="_blank" rel="noopener">“</a> <em>Great Commission Research.</em></p> <p>Hutz H. Hertzberg, Francis A. Lonsway. “Young Evangelical Church Planters” <em>Theological Education.</em></p> <p>Hutz H. Hertzberg, Francis A. Lonsway. “Whither Church Planting?” <em>Great Commission Research Journal.</em></p> <p>Hutz Hertzberg, Francis A. Lonsway. “Church Planting: From Antioch to Acts 29 and Beyond.” <em>Journal of Evangelism & Missions.</em></p> <p>Tim Sensing. “Case Teaching for Field Education.” <em>Welcome to Theological Field Education</em>.</p> <p>Neil Sims. “Teaching the Mission of the Church.” <em>Australian Journal of Mission Studies. </em></p> <p>Neil Sims. “Reviewing our Goals in Theological Field Education.” <em>Reflective Practice.</em></p> <p>Neil Sims . “Discerning Form in Ministerial Formation.” In Heather Cameron, Colin Hunter, Michael Kelly, Randall Prior, eds. <em>Together in Ministry: Essays to honour John Paver.</em></p> <p>Reviews</p> <p>James M. Brandt. Review of <em>Knowing the Context: Frames, Tools, and Signs for Preaching, </em>by James Nieman<em>. Currents in Theology and Mission</em>, August 2010, 47, 4.</p> <p>Joseph E. Bush, Jr. Review Essay. <em>The Responsible Self: An Essay in Christian Moral Philosophy  </em>by H. Richard Niebuhr. <em>Reflective Practice </em>30, 2010.</p> <p>Matthew Floding. Review of <em>For Life Abundant,</em> Dorothy Bass, Craig Dykstra, eds. <em>Reflective Practice </em>30, 2010.</p> <p>Neil Sims. Review of <em>A is for Abductive: The Language of the Emerging Church</em> by L. Sweet, B.D. McLaren, J. Haselmayer. <em>Restoration Quarterly </em>51, Fourth Quarter 2009.</p> <p>Neil Sims. Review of <em>Theological Reflection and Education for Ministry: The Search for Integration in Theology</em> by John Paver. <em>Restoration Quarterly </em>50, Second Quarter 2008.</p> <p>Dissertation</p> <p>Hutz H. Hertzberg. <em>Personal Characteristics and Ministry Perceptions of Younger Evangelical Church Planters. </em>Trinity Evangelical Divinity School, 2008.</p> <p> </p>
<p>Susan E. Fox, Judith Trott Guy, eds. <em>A Handbook on Legal Issues in Field Education</em> (2000).</p> <p>Abigail Johnson. <em>Reflecting with God: Connecting Faith and Daily Life in Small Groups</em> (2004).</p> <p>Abigail Johnson. <em>Shaping Spiritual Leaders: Supervision and Formation in Congregations </em>(2007).</p> <p>Charlotte McDaniel.<strong> “</strong>Publications by Members of the Association for Theological Field Education: Survey Results.”<strong> </strong><em>Theological Education</em> 37, 2 (2001)<strong>.</strong></p> <p>Robert T. O’Gorman, Kathleen Talvacchia, W. Michael Smith. “Teaching from a Community Context: The Role of the Field Educator in Theological Education.” <em>Theological Education</em> 37, 2 (2001).</p>


How to Get Published

For many years, Beth Gaede worked with individual ATFE members and also offered workshops on writing and on getting published at our Biennial Consultations.  We are pleased to present here a written version of her popular workshop, “How to Get Published”.