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The Louisville Institute: Sabbatical Grants for Pastoral Leaders Program 1994-2011

This brief report by Don C. Richter offers a retrospective on the Sabbatical Grants for Pastoral Leaders program

This brief report by Don C. Richter offers a retrospective on the Sabbatical Grants for Pastoral Leaders program, offered by the Louisville Institute, Louisville Presbyterian Theological Seminary, describing its genesis and evolution, it accomplishments and discoveries, and staff recommendations for pastors on "How to Have a Good Sabbatical."

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