Articles by Suzanne Coyle

Book Chapters

Coyle, S. (Forthcoming). Many members, many stories: Moving from family systems to family narratives. In F. Kelcourse, and B. Lyon (Eds.), Transforming wisdom: Pastoral psychotherapy in theological perspective.

Coyle, S. (Forthcoming 2013). Foucault: Postmodernism and the revolution of models of knowledge and power. In J. H.Ellens (Ed.), Winning revolutions: The psychology of successful revolt for freedom, fairness, and rights. Santa Barbara, CA: Praeger Press.

Coyle, S. (2011a). Experiences of evil in everyday lives. In J. H. Ellens (Ed.), Explaining evil. Santa Barbara, CA: Praeger Press.

Coyle, S. (2011b). Perspective of evil in Australian Aboriginal religions. In J. H. Ellens (Ed.), Explaining evil. Santa Barbara, CA: Praeger Press.

 

Coyle, S. (2011c). Responses of narrative practice to the effects of evil. In J. H. Ellens (Ed.), Explaining evil. Santa Barbara, CA: Praeger Press.

Coyle, S. (2010). Spiritual narratives: Hope and healing through stories of faith. In J. H. Ellens (Ed.), Healing Power of Religion: How Faith Helps Humans Thrive. Santa Barbara, CA: Praeger Press.

Coyle, S. (2007). The Bible, pastoral care, and conversational practices. In J. H. Ellens, (Ed.), Text and community: Essay in memory of Bruce Metzger. Sheffield, England: Sheffield Phoenix.

 

Articles

Coyle, S. ( 2011) Appalachian narratives, cultural discourses, and theological witness. Encounter 72.1,

Coyle, S. (1998).  When faith divides. Real Life.

Coyle, S. (1993). Pastoral care suggestions. Folio.

Coyle, S. (1993). Finding our path. Dialogue.

Coyle, S. (1985). A covenanting process in pastoral home visits. The Journal of Pastoral Care, 39.2.

 


Web Sites, Blogs, and Media

Staff of spirit: Storytelling as spiritual practice. Web site under construction.

Stories of narrative in the Land Down Under.

Listening to stories, caring through stories, a pastoral care module. The Academy for Ministry of the South Carolina and Great River Regions of the Christian Church (DOC), in process.