Eileen Campbell-Reed https://eileencampbellreed.org Academic Entrepreneur Mon, 30 Mar 2020 20:50:46 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.3.2 https://eileencampbellreed.org/wp-content/uploads/favicon-150x150.png Eileen Campbell-Reed https://eileencampbellreed.org 32 32 163546473 3MMM | Mini-Ethnography Resource https://eileencampbellreed.org/2020/03/30/3mmm-mini-ethnography-resource/ https://eileencampbellreed.org/2020/03/30/3mmm-mini-ethnography-resource/#respond Mon, 30 Mar 2020 06:08:36 +0000 https://eileencampbellreed.org/?p=15863 Paying attention fully to a ministry setting, requires some practice and skill. Pastoral attention can be learned and cultivated over time. One way to grow in those skills is through the work pastoral ethnography. Professional ethnographers spend many years of…

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Paying attention fully to a ministry setting, requires some practice and skill. Pastoral attention can be learned and cultivated over time. One way to grow in those skills is through the work pastoral ethnography.

Professional ethnographers spend many years of training and practice in order to notice the most important details and make connections in a situation. Yet most people called into ministry need the skills of seeing and listening from the pastoral perspective. The questions in our resource this week will help you to hone those skills.

We think this free resource will help you pay attention to the new world in which we are living. To download the resource, just sign up to follow us at here the 3MMM site. You will also get our weekly emails with new episodes and other free downloads! Join us!

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3MMM | Episode 62: Paying Attention https://eileencampbellreed.org/2020/03/30/3mmm-episode-62-paying-attention/ https://eileencampbellreed.org/2020/03/30/3mmm-episode-62-paying-attention/#respond Mon, 30 Mar 2020 05:33:08 +0000 https://eileencampbellreed.org/?p=15859 We are living in a whole new world. In just a matter of weeks everything has changed. Most of us are spending a vast majority of our time “sheltered in place.” We are physically distanced from family and friends. We…

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We are living in a whole new world. In just a matter of weeks everything has changed. Most of us are spending a vast majority of our time “sheltered in place.” We are physically distanced from family and friends. We are also trying every possible way to connect safely and socially without spreading the coronavirus.

On Sunday I took an early morning walk. I shared a picture on Instagram and other social media. I saw a tween girl topple off her bike, and I had to resist running over to help her. She was fine and jumped up right away. But it was another indicator of how we have to put all our natural inclinations on pause.

After 3 1/2 miles in the neighborhood, and a quick shower, it was time to go to church on Zoom. It was beautiful to be with my church community. My voice cracked as I try to sing along with the hymns. I sat with my family on the porch as we worshipped. The birds sang much more beautifully than we did.  After the service we had “happy hour” in which we shared things that are helping to keep us afloat during this time of loss, distance, grief, and change. It was good to laugh with my faith community and celebrate retirement’s, new safety equipment for healthcare providers, and birthdays.

After lunch I heard cars honking on my usually quiet street. I came from the back yard to find my six-year-old neighbor and his family at the end of their driveway. It was his birthday and friends were coming by in a parade of cars and trucks. They were honking, waving, playing music, sporting balloons and streamers, and shouting happy birthday. Some handed gifts out the windows. I found myself crying again as I watched the creativity and joy of working around the limits of our new situation.  

Later in the afternoon I was prepping for class, which is totally online for the rest of the term. I was sitting in the swing looking up at the tiny new leaves on the oak trees. And reading from Renita Weems book, Listening for God. It has at least a hundred worthy quotes. This one stood out:

“Some of the most memorable encounters with grace are those that erupt into the daily details of mundane, ordinary life. The challenge for me was to cease looking for God in the spectacular and to take delight in the joys and rewards of everyday fidelities.”

Right now we could all use a little more grace. We could all use a little more joy. We aren’t going to find it in the spectacular. But it is right there in every small ordinary detail of life. God is present with us in each small thing and every moment. There is so much in the world that is troubling right now and needs our every prayer. Children that won’t have birthday parades. Parents who have lost jobs. People who are dying without loved ones nearby. Caring professionals who are risking their lives every day.

To have the strength to pray, lead, and care, we cannot look only in the face of disaster and despair. To practice ministry in this new world, we need to see the grace that is erupting around us. We need the respite of the ordinary, the mundane, the tiny joys in new green leaves, backyard swings, porch lunches, and zoom worship.

Deepening our Skills for Paying Attention 

Ethnographers make it their work to take note and reflect on what they are seeing, feeling, hearing, and tasting in the world. And we can learn from them how to notice the tiny details and the connections between small and large things. We are fortunate this month to have Mary Clark Moschella as our guest on Three Minute Ministry Mentor. She is an ethnographer as well as a pastoral theologian.

In this week’s episode, Mary describes an assignment she gives to her students. When students take her course in “pastoral ethnography,” they are sent out to situations of ministry and assigned to take field notes and write up a mini-ethnography. Such careful seeing of small details and large changes in the world, are just the gift we could all use right now. Watch and listen to my conversation with Mary.

The practice of stepping back, paying attention, and reflecting on both the mundane and the ways that the holy infuses those everyday moments, is the practice that pastors, chaplains, youth ministers and activists all can use right now.

To help you hone your skills of pastoral attention, I’ve created for you a special free download. It crystalizes Mary’s suggestions and my own for how to see your pastoral setting anew and pay attention to the people and the holy in this present moment.

We are also continuing to update our #PandemicPastoring resource page. We’ve doubled the number of links from last week. Do you know of something else we should include? Drop us a note and share the link!

Remember we can do this hard thing… together.

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Resources for Pandemic Pastoring https://eileencampbellreed.org/2020/03/23/resources-for-pandemic-pastoring/ https://eileencampbellreed.org/2020/03/23/resources-for-pandemic-pastoring/#respond Mon, 23 Mar 2020 12:41:29 +0000 https://eileencampbellreed.org/?p=15805 Are you a minister or chaplain, an activist or congregational pastor? Whatever your role in ministry, you are now living and working in an unprecedented worldwide season of the coronavirus pandemic. To bring pastoral leadership and care to your situation,…

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Are you a minister or chaplain, an activist or congregational pastor? Whatever your role in ministry, you are now living and working in an unprecedented worldwide season of the coronavirus pandemic. To bring pastoral leadership and care to your situation, we want to offer you support and  resources that we are finding helpful. We will continue to update this page.
Eileen’s recent articles at the Christian Century blog:

10 guidelines for pastoral care during the coronavirus outbreak by Eileen Campbell-Reed | March 10, 2020

Four guidelines for improvising pastoral leadership through a pandemic by Eileen Campbell-Reed  | March 20, 2020

NPR Story

‘We Can’t Anoint The Sick’: Faith Leaders Seek New Approaches To Pastoral Care By Tom Gjelton | March 23, 2020

Multifaith Resources from the Interfaith Health Program at Emory University

Congregational resources for the COVID-19 response, including  resources for Christian, Jewish, Buddhist, and Muslim communities (mostly for Christian and Jewish communities). The platform is here.

World Council of Churches

Resources to support the global church in a time of pandemic.

Addressing Isolation and Quarantine from Episcopal Relief & Development

“Episcopal Relief & Development gathered experts to discuss social distancing and quarantine, the life-saving measures that reduce the impacts of COVID-19. Listen, as the Rev. Dr. Pamela Cooper-White and Bishop Chilton Knudsen discuss family/partner violence, substance use and mental health as they relate to the current pandemic.”

For help with domestic violence situations

The Domestic Violence Hotline

Here is a new book by Christy Gunter Sim, Survivor Care: What Religious Professionals Need to Know About Healing Trauma. It includes a full chapter about how the brain and body work in trauma. It is written for both survivors and the ministers and other professionals who care for them.

To find an online AA meeting

http://aa-intergroup.org/directory.php

Caring for our Neighbors with Chronic Illnesses 

Coronavirus: 10 Things Chronic Illness Patients *Need* Others to Know

Ministry Books and Ideas with Children

New book! Holy Troublemakers & Unconventional Saints by Daneen Akers Watch the author read a chapter about Florence Nightingale and share about how COVID-19 got its name. Also, Florence Nightingale is a founder of good public health practices and frequent hand washing. We owe her much gratitude for her contributions.

We all could use a little more #Hope right now, right? Here is a new book for younger children. Little Mole Finds Hope is written by Glynis Nellist and illustrated by Sally Garland.  Right now you can get a free activity pack at the link.

Right now we are all discovering how to be good neighbors when we can’t do the usual kinds of connecting. As you teach your children at home, try out this new book by Jennifer Grant, Maybe I Can Love My Neighbor Too.  “With help from her mama, a girl discovers that all it takes is a little kindness and creativity to show love to neighbors near and far.” At this link you’ll also find free activities and a bingo board.

Are you ready for Easter in this strange year when we will ALL celebrate at HOME?! Here is a new book to help you the the children in your life and congregation. This is the Mystery of Easter by Amelia Richardson Dress is downloadable for free at the Author’s website. This delightful book is especially written with multi-faith families in mind.

 

10 Ways to Pray with Kids

 

Recipes, Good Reads, and Diversions for Social Distancers

Spiritual Practices in the Season of Pandemic 

Reframing the Coronavirus Outbreak: The Spiritual Practice of Social Distancing and Quarantine

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3MMM | Episode 61: Pastoral Seeing https://eileencampbellreed.org/2020/03/23/3mmm-episode-61-pastoral-seeing/ https://eileencampbellreed.org/2020/03/23/3mmm-episode-61-pastoral-seeing/#respond Mon, 23 Mar 2020 12:11:54 +0000 https://eileencampbellreed.org/?p=15815 Right now millions of people in the U.S and many other countries around the world are sheltering at our homes. We are living in an unprecedented time of global pandemic. As religious leaders, we are also living in an unprecedented…

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Right now millions of people in the U.S and many other countries around the world are sheltering at our homes. We are living in an unprecedented time of global pandemic. As religious leaders, we are also living in an unprecedented time of need for pastoring, supporting and guiding people.

In this strange and unparalleled moment of the coronavirus, nearly everything about how to care for ourselves and each other seems counterintuitive. Yet to save lives and the lives of our family, friends and neighbors, especially those who are fragile, we must keep physical distance. At the same time it is essential to remain connected emotionally and spiritually with each other.

For chaplains, health care workers and other professionals who serve our most fragile and vulnerable neighbors, the impossibility and sense of responsibility in this moment is hard to grasp.

We are all improvising for our lives today. I am grateful for this word of encouragement and hope from my friend and fellow pastoral theologian, Rev. Dr. Mary Clark Moschella.  

This week we continue sharing my conversation with Mary recorded last fall at the American Academy of Religion in San Diego, California. In this episode we talk about Mary’s book Living  Devotions. The book is a pastoral ethnography of the faith practices, religious art, and spiritual devotions of a people in San Pedro, California, members of the Mary Star of the Sea Catholic parish.  

I asked Mary, Where did these these living devotions come to life?

She tells us about visiting in the homes of people in San Pedro for her study. There she saw statues, art and small home altars, while also sharing food and stories. She learned about the everyday faith of people in the immigrant community. 

Today, like other cities and states in the U.S. Los Angeles and its various metropolitan communities, including San Pedro, are currently under a “safer at home” order. Except for the essential workers they are all in their homes each day like many of us.

I asked Mary, How do we listen with our eyes?

Everywhere you look, you see God.

The story Mary tells us holds a word we need this very day.  God is right here with us in each moment of ordinary life. In the nesting birds, in the greening grass and trees, in the food we prepare, in the games we play with our children, in the scarf we knit or the puzzle we work. Everywhere you look, you see God. 

Whether you are a healthcare worker or chaplain on the front line of caring for our most vulnerable neighbors, at home tending your children or elders, doing your essential work from a bank or a truck or a pharmacy or grocery, or just trying to survive this cultural moment, life for all its challenges and threats, is full of reminders that God’s presence is truly everywhere.

How will you see it?

How will you help the people you love and serve see it?

Bless you. May God surround you and love you and fill your eyes and ears with a sacred sense of this time.

For more support in your practice of ministry through this season, visit our resource page, which we will continue to update.

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3MMM | Episode 60: Prophetic Listening https://eileencampbellreed.org/2020/03/16/3mmm-episode-60-prophetic-listening/ Mon, 16 Mar 2020 12:42:00 +0000 https://eileencampbellreed.org/?p=15783 We are in a new moment in the history of humanity. All aspects of life have been disrupted. No one is exempt from the impact of the world-wide coronavirus pandemic. Alongside that reality is another unchanging reality: no one is…

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We are in a new moment in the history of humanity.

All aspects of life have been disrupted. No one is exempt from the impact of the world-wide coronavirus pandemic. Alongside that reality is another unchanging reality: no one is outside the love of God.  People in our care need love and guidance from us as their ministers and pastors. Yet, we are not exempt from the impact of this moment either.

The recommendations of the Centers for Disease Control offer guidance that can be followed as we care for the health of our families, our congregations, our schools and our most vulnerable neighbors. We need to follow them with the greatest intention, in order to “flatten the curve” and slow down the spread of the coronavirus. In following this guidance, we can also be part of taking pressure off the country’s already stressed healthcare system.

Although it may not appear just looking out your door or down your street that a pandemic is coming near you, the cases of Covid-19, a novel coronavirus, are growing exponentially in the U.S. and the spread comes through casual human contact such as hand shakes and high fives. Sharing accurate information about the virus is part of our obligation as ministers who educate our flock.

Giving pastoral care in this season of change, anxiety, and fear, is also one of our top priorities as ministers. Leading through decision-making responses is among our most pressing concerns. Working to balance both an abundance of caution with an abundance of care for our vulnerable neighbors is the tension in which we practice ministry in this moment.

As spiritual caregivers most of us have no living memory of a situation that has impacted the world so rapidly or with such dramatic consequences. We need resources for spiritual care as well as health care. And we need to hold in mind how the effects of the virus are most challenging to people who are medically fragile, elderly, or suffering with breathing disorders.

We are also living in a time when human beings have never had so many options for staying connected even while engaging in the new faith practice of social distancing.

In this dramatic and defining moment of history, I am grateful for guidance from my friend and colleague Mary Clark Moschella. She offers a word about the ways we must listen for values, for calling and for justice in the people with whom we minister. Through the season ahead of us, we must tune our ears to listen to one another with utmost care.

In the first episode of our conversation Mary and I talked about the power of listening. What a gift to share Mary’s perspective in this moment.

Here are some questions that I offer to you this week:

How will you listen for the values that need lifting up in this moment? And how will you act on behalf of the love of our neighbors, especially the most fragile ones? What are the challenges before you?

I am praying for your discernment, for your courage, for your compassion and for God’s abiding presence in your life and work.

For more guidance on spiritual care in this season, see my recent article at the Christian Century blog: “10 Guidelines for Pastoral Care during the Coronavirus Outbreak.

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3MMM | Episode 59: Power of Listening https://eileencampbellreed.org/2020/03/09/episode59power-of-listening/ Mon, 09 Mar 2020 13:14:10 +0000 https://eileencampbellreed.org/?p=15747 Listening. Listening matters. It matters for pastoral practice as well as personal relationships and every part of our lives. Listening is intimately connected to paying attention to life with all of our senses. My guest this month is Rev. Dr.…

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Listening.

Listening matters. It matters for pastoral practice as well as personal relationships and every part of our lives. Listening is intimately connected to paying attention to life with all of our senses.

My guest this month is Rev. Dr. Mary Clark Moschella, the Roger J. Squire Professor of Pastoral Care and Counseling at Yale Divinity School. We start our interview this week with a conversation about listening.

Life comes at you fast. This week it came at my home town of Nashville with a speed of 160 miles an hour in two spinning funnel clouds that stayed on the ground for over 50 miles. That’s fast. That’s loud. That’s destructive.

Most people didn’t have any warning. They simply woke to the sound of a tornado bearing down upon their homes and families tucked into beds just hours earlier on Monday night.

By the time the sun came up on Tuesday morning, the full scope of damage and loss began to come clear. By Wednesday we knew that 25 lives were lost in the storms that hit Middle Tennessee. Hundreds of homes were damaged or destroyed.  Numerous businesses, churches and schools were also impacted, many beyond repair. At this writing power remains out for thousands of people. Streets are closed along the 50+ miles of destruction that the tornados left in their path. And the clean-up effort has miles to go before it is complete.

Listening and Responding

The response to this crisis? The people of Nashville paid attention. As my 3MMM guest this month, Dr. Mary Moschella says, they listened with their full selves.

People from all over the city took in the situation, and they got busy bringing help. They have been showing up for each other all week with chainsaws, cleaning supplies, child care, money, stories, bottles of water, cases of water, gallons of water, paper towels, sandwiches, school supplies, clothing, tarps, diapers, meals, and the list goes on and on.

Volunteers filled up the Northside YMCA, the MacGruder Family Center, and Lee Chapel AME. Volunteers turned out in droves across the city. People whose lives were swept away in a moment were being met with some of the basics for day to day survival.

Celebrities got busy giving money. Restaurants gave away food. Air B & B owners made space available for free. Even the IRS extended the due date for federal taxes.

But all the will in Nashville’s neighborhoods was not good will.

Ill will also showed up in the form of predatory “investors” who came out of the woodwork waving cash in the faces of vulnerable people and texting people with claims of concern when their real desire is to grab land. This is a part of the history of Nashville that is not so generous or compassionate.* Pushing the African American community around has long been interwoven into Nashville’s history.

When the “vultures” show up aiming to flip the houses and gentrify  historic North Nashville, they are taking part in a siege that has been ongoing for more than a century. The North Nashville community, which was hit hard by the storms, was built by the descendants of enslaved people. They have been under siege for twelve generations and more.

I would not venture to guess the ratio of honest benevolent caregiving to dishonest predatory land grabbing in North Nashville last week. Although I think the benevolent and beloved community has emerged in powerful ways this week in Nashville. My concern is for needs that will be ongoing for months and years ahead.

Will the benevolent listeners and care-givers keep showing up with listening ears and generous hearts? How do I keep showing up to hold space for the rebuilding of a community? How do we identify and hold at bay forces that would undermine the community of North Nashville for their own profit?

This returns to our theme for today: the power of listening.

We need to listen to the past. It tells us a lot about how we got to where we are and why things are shaped the way they are.

We need to listen to the pain and to the longing in the present moment. There will be a great deal of trauma and PTSD to be healed following these tornados. There will be a lot of grief for the lives lost and for the  things and ways of life and time and energy lost. There will be grief for  the look and feel of a neighborhood, for the trees who have been shade over your home for 100 years. Grief takes many forms and it needs a listening ear.

There is also a sense of great longing and desire for how healing and transformation might look. We need to listen to those who are living in the midst of it. How and where can we show up and be present with people who’ve experienced such losses? How do we listen without  judgment or advice, just compassion? And as my friend Mary Moschella says it in her story, how do we say compassionately, we are here with you?

I once heard retired Lutheran Bishop Rick Foss preach a sermon about one of the most important words in the gospels. The word was not Jesus. Or Spirit. The word was not belief, or disciple or follow. The word was not even God.

The word was with.

That is what God did for us. That is what we ware called to do for each other: to be with.

To do it well… we have to listen first.

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* I tried to recount that history so very briefly earlier this week.

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3MMM | Podcast with Danielle Tumminio Hansen https://eileencampbellreed.org/2020/03/01/3mmm-podcast-with-danielle-tumminio-hansen/ Mon, 02 Mar 2020 03:00:20 +0000 https://eileencampbellreed.org/?p=15705 What a delight to share so many conversations with Danielle Tumminio Hansen during the month of February! In these episodes of Three Minute Ministry Mentor she shared insights, stories and questions that really deepen our understanding of ministry as a…

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What a delight to share so many conversations with Danielle Tumminio Hansen during the month of February! In these episodes of Three Minute Ministry Mentor she shared insights, stories and questions that really deepen our understanding of ministry as a practice!

Join us in thanking Danielle for being our featured guest on Episodes 55-58 by sharing these wonderful conversations with a friend.

You can explore the wisdom on video or by listening to the full  conversation on our 3MMM Podcast.

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3MMM | Episode 58: Spacious Conversations https://eileencampbellreed.org/2020/02/24/3mmm-episode-58-spacious-conversations/ Mon, 24 Feb 2020 14:41:42 +0000 https://eileencampbellreed.org/?p=15663 What is the value of Sabbath? Why do we need to rest? What are the connections between the spiritual practice of deep and spacious rest and learning the practice of ministry? Sleep is the most basic form of daily rest,…

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What is the value of Sabbath? Why do we need to rest? What are the connections between the spiritual practice of deep and spacious rest and learning the practice of ministry?

Sleep is the most basic form of daily rest, and most of us can do better at getting adequate sleep. Taking a deeper intentional rest each week is a theme I have been exploring for many years in my life and here on the blog. I personally find it essential for my well-being. When I don’t practice Sabbath, I feel the loss in all areas of my life.

In this week’s episode we hear from Danielle Tumminio Hansen about what she experienced on her recent Sabbatical.

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3MMM | Episode 57: Family Conversations https://eileencampbellreed.org/2020/02/16/3mmm-episode-57-family-conversations/ Mon, 17 Feb 2020 03:39:39 +0000 https://eileencampbellreed.org/?p=15608 Every child needs to be loved and cherished. Yet bringing children into a family is not always easy. In this episode of Three Minute Ministry Mentor Dr. Danielle Tumminio Hansen and I talk about the intersection of the call to…

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Every child needs to be loved and cherished. Yet bringing children into a family is not always easy.

In this episode of Three Minute Ministry Mentor Dr. Danielle Tumminio Hansen and I talk about the intersection of the call to family and the call to ministry.

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3MMM | Episode 56: Graceful Conversations https://eileencampbellreed.org/2020/02/09/3mmm-episode-56-graceful-conversations/ Mon, 10 Feb 2020 05:43:00 +0000 https://eileencampbellreed.org/?p=15568 This week we are excited to share more connections between the Harry Potter series and the practice of ministry, in conversation with Rev. Dr. Danielle Tumminio Hansen. Danielle talks with us about offering grace, receiving grace, and what it takes…

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This week we are excited to share more connections between the Harry Potter series and the practice of ministry, in conversation with Rev. Dr. Danielle Tumminio Hansen.

Danielle talks with us about offering grace, receiving grace, and what it takes for conversations to really embody grace. She is not afraid to talk about He-Who-Shall-Not-Be-Named.

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