How Theological Field Education Shapes Pastoral Identity
Imprint: Wipf and Stock
"In Finding Voice Kincaid urges seminarians to press hard into the formational possibilities that field education provides in order to nurture pastoral imagination and cultivate Christian ministerial identities of personal and theological integrity. . . . As a guide to engaging field education, it is [both] practical and challenging for students and helpful and encouraging to field educators. Kudos to Kincaid!"
--Matthew Floding, Director of Ministerial Formation and Field Education, Duke Divinity School
"Finding Voice is an excellent discussion guide for seasoned ministers who wish to sharpen their own vocational self-understanding and clarify and strengthen their own voice. Eschewing easy prescriptions for 'how to be a minister,' the beauty of this book is it raises the right questions as we seek to understand who we are and what we are called to be and do as ministers of the whole gospel. In a time often marked by vocational doubt and confusion, I commend this book to every minister-colleague, however new or experienced in ministry we may be."
--Richard L. Hamm, Senior Church Consultant and former General Minister and President of the Disciples of Christ