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Being a Pastor: A conversation with Andrew Fuller
Michael Haykin

In their introduction, the authors express their concern regarding the effect of megachurch pastors and public perception of what makes a good minister. A principle stated at the beginning of the book is that we should learn from the example…

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Facing Snarls and Scowls: Preaching through hostility, apathy, and adversity in church revitalization
Brian Croft

This book is all about preaching through hostility, apathy, and adversity while trying to help the church regain its vision and focus. It’s written with the North American church in mind, but it will be useful to every pastor who…

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The Pastor’s Soul
Jim Savastio

On the basis that pastors live and work under considerable pressure, this short and lucid book aims to offer them some of the help they so greatly need. The authors are both Baptist pastors in Louisville, Kentucky. They write with…

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Biblical Church Revitalization
Brian Croft

There has been much emphasis on church planting in recent years, and rightly so. Where villages, towns or cities are without a gospel church, planting one is a vital means of discipling believers and reaching the local community for Christ.…

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Caring for widows
Brian Croft

I have had a bee in my bonnet that widows in churches are a neglected group and, therefore, I was delighted to review this book. Brian Croft and Austin Walker have combined ‘to inform the reader of the biblical imperatives…

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Conduct Gospel-Centered Funerals
Phil A. Newton

Our calling as ministers of the gospel of Jesus Christ is to make Christ central in all we do. Yet, in many funeral occasions, the gospel of Jesus Christ is lamentably overlooked as the primary purpose of the funeral service…

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Test, Train, Affirm, & Send Into Ministry: Recovering the Local Church’s Responsibility in the External Call
Brian Croft

The once strong commitment by the local church throughout church history to affirm a person who possesses the gifts and godly character suitable for Christian ministry, known as the external call, has practically vanished in the twenty-first century. This book…

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Visit the Sick: Ministering God’s Grace in Times of Illness
Brian Croft

To counter our modern tendency to minimise or ignore sickness, pastor Brian Croft looks to paradigms of the past, at historical models of care that honour God, obey Scripture, and communicate loving care to those who are struggling with sickness…

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