Description: Is Christian ministry in a state of crisis today? What is the nature of the crisis? How does it relate to the imperatives and challenges of the proclamation of the Gospel today and the extension of the ministry of Jesus Christ himself? What constitutes faithful and obedient servanthood today? What are the new frontiers? Is there a radically new spirituality that can reshape and transform the lives of those called to minister in God's world in this age? These are some of the issues with which Kortright Davis attempts to wrestle in this scholarly yet pastoral conversation with the Church and the world. Serving With Power explores the power of God's Word and Spirit in an attempt to shape a new spirituality of Christian ministry in the new millennium. Endorsements: ""This volume will be very rewarding spiritual reading for the busy priest or pastoral minister. The author has brought together serious but readable reflections on ministry in the Church that will both nourish and challenge those whose lives are given in service."" --Brother Jeffrey Gros, FSC, Associate Director, Secretariate for Ecumenical and Interreligious Affairs, National Conference of Catholic Bishops About the Contributor(s): Kortright Davis, an Anglican priest, is professor of theology at Howard University School of Divinity and is Rector of Church of the Holy Comforter in Washington, DC. He was one of the Archbishop of Canterbury's members on the Anglican-Roman Catholic International Commission II.