Kelcourse, F. (2011). Human development and faith, pastoral theology and pastoral care. In Isabelle Noth, Christoph Morgenthaler, and Kathleen J. Greider, (Eds.), Pastoral Psychology and Psychology of Religion in Dialogue. Stuttgart: Kohlhammer.
Kelcourse, F. (2010). Intersubjective and theological contexts of pastoral counseling supervision: Self, psyche and soul. In W. R. DeLong (Ed.), Courageous conversations: The teaching and learning of pastoral supervision. Lanham, MD: University Press of America.
Kelcourse, F. (2003). Rape and redemption. In J. McAvoy (Ed.), Kitchen talk: Sharing our stories of faith. pp. 60–71. St. Louis: Chalice Press.
Kelcourse, F. (2001a). Discernment: the Soul's Eye View. In B. Ratliff (Ed.) Out of the Silence: Quaker Perspectives on Pastoral Care and Counseling. Wallingford, PA: Pendle Hill Publications.
Kelcourse, F. (2013). Supervision as soul care: A spirituality of integrity." Reflective Practice: Formation and Supervision in Ministry, vol. 13.
Kelcourse, F. (2008). A phenomenology of self, psyche, and soul: what can we learn from a name? The Global Spiral. Metanexus Institute.
Kelcourse, F. (2002a). Pastoral Counseling in the Life of the Church. Encounter 63:1-2: 137-146.
Kelcourse, F. (2002b). Sin, Salvation and the City. The Living Pulpit, 4-6. New York, NY
Kelcourse, F. (2001b). Prayer and the Soul: Dialogues that Heal. Journal of Religion and Health, Vol. 40, No 1, pp.231-241.
Kelcourse, F. (2000a). The Development of Discernment in Psychotherapy and Quaker Worship. Journal of The American Academy of Psychoanalysis, 28.1:83-100.
Kelcourse, F. (2000b). Prayer and the Soul: Dialogues that Heal. Chaplaincy Today 16.1:15-22.
Kelcourse, F. (2000c). Wise as Serpents...Or, What I Needed to Learn in Seminary but Was Too Naive to Ask. Encounter 61.4: 449-464.
Kelcourse, F. (1998). Discerning the Way to Peace. The Living Pulpit, 10. pp 36-37.
Kelcourse, F. (1992). The Language of Living Water: Worship in Spirit and in Truth. Keynote address from Faith in Action: Encounters with Friends, the Fifth World Gathering of Friends, 1991.