The Heart of the Preacher is a devotional book for preachers that provides clear, biblical prescriptions for guarding and building up your heart to serve God’s people.
Perhaps the most compelling aspect of Vrbicek’s book is the way he sprinkles the good news on every page, even while discussing practical issues regarding searching for a ministry position.
If you want to change the world, be a servant of all.
For so many young pastors, the early years of pastoral ministry can prove daunting. These highlights from Spurgeon’s first pastorate show us what to prioritize in these early years.
Van Dam’s book will help you understand your pastoral calling as preservers and nurturers of life in the covenant community.
Bob Johnson discusses lessons learned about shepherding his flock during the Covid19 pandemic.
The Lord had been preparing us for this global pandemic through the ordinary means of pastoral ministry.
Every preacher can profit from Allen’s book but it will prove to be most helpful among preachers in training.
In a world where churches chase the latest ministry fads, Hearers and Doers is a refreshing contrast.
Martin’s book reminded me of my need to be surrounded by proven and seasoned pastors. His writings are not only thoroughly biblical, but wise and practical.
Just as pastors will be held accountable for how faithfully they obeyed the command to oversee the flock, so church members will be held accountable for how faithfully they obeyed the command to make shepherding their church a groan-free experience for their pastor.
Mailbag #81: Helping a Church Grow in Discipling . . . How to Receive Members Who Left a Former Church Poorly.By B. Johnson, J. de Koning | 04.19.2019
— How can I help my church grow in discipling? — Receiving members who left their former church on bad terms.
In the same way that God values the populations in cities, God values the populations in rural areas. In the same way that God calls men and women to serve in the cities, God still calls men and women to faithfully serve in rural areas. The two areas could not be more different, but Christ builds his church in cities and rural areas alike.
This book is a compelling and thoughtful presentation of the value of small community ministry and the of the need for healthy local churches in those communities.
While it is certain that Scroggins’ book will get wide readership, I think the book fits best outside of local church leadership structures.