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Author Michael A.G. Haykin & Brian Croft with Ian H. Clary
In the 21st century, evangelical ministry is in crisis and a renewal is desperately needed. Part of the key to that is reflection on the way that pastoral ministry has been conceived and actually done in the past. And here Andrew Fuller in his ordinati...
Authors H. Wayne House & Daniel G Garland
Faithful Preaching will teach you a clear and systematic procedure for developing expository sermons, from reading the text of Scripture to presenting the message before your congregation. Drs. House and Garland show ministers – those who are familiar with the original l...
Author Kent Philpott
How to care for your pastor: A guide for small churches
What are the problems, pressures, and needs of those who pastor the people of God?
How can the fellowship of believers encourage and minister to these key members of the church family?
The aim of this book is to provide some answers for...
Author Joel R Beeke
Joel Beeke says that preachers are like spiritual athletes with a need to develop their skills. Thus, there is a need for the preacher to evaluate his sermons, reminding the reader that C.H. Spurgeon told his own students to leave off altogether if they ever think they can preach as well as th...
Author Roderick Aguillard
Book Summary: Last year, I had a profound revelation that after fifty years of knowing the Lord, I still have a selfish lean. Within this book are a few revelations the Holy Spirit gave me in regards to the flaws and faults of my human nature.
Overcoming the Proud Anger of the Human Natu...
Author Ron Prosise
Preacher and homiletics professor Steve Brown once said, “If you get one good illustration out of an illustration book, it's worth every dime you paid for it.” Preaching Illustrations from Church History is a ready reference of over four hundred choice illustrations for use in preaching and teaching.
Author Owen Palmer Robertson
This is a detailed book covering every aspect of the sermon and a section on the preacher, plus supplemental chapters on ‘Knowing God’s Will For Your Life’ and ‘Worship According to the Word.’ If you preach even occasionally, this is a book you cannot afford to miss.
Author Stuart Olyott
What is preaching? Why is some preaching arresting and powerful, and some boring and flat? How do you prepare sermons?
The author states that God's work in the world and preaching are intimately linked; The kingdom of God and preaching are like conjoined twins who cannot be separated; th...
Author Steven J. Lawson
How many preachers know how to preach the Psalms? It must be admitted that noticeable differences exist between the Psalms and the narrative sections of the Scripture.Further, obvious distinctions exist between the Psalms and the four Gospel accounts, as well as between the New Testament epi...
Author Paul Cuny
Secrets of the Kingdom Economy will give you a clear understanding of the economic times in which we live. It will also provide you with practical, Kingdom solutions for everyday life. The practical solutions offered in this compelling book will give you a roadmap that will enable you to flourish ...
Author Steve Swartz
Shattered Shepherds offers biblical advice concerning ministry problems. It is especially helpful in dealing with the aftermath of a church leadership upheaval and ministry conflict.
Frustration, disappointment, and heartache are inevitable in pastoral ministry. Sheep are not always docile and cooperati...
Authors Eric Kress & Paul Tautges
In The Discipline of Mercy, pastors and counselors Eric Kress and Paul Tautges take us deep into the book of Lamentations where we are exhorted to place our hope fully in the faithful mercy and loyal love of a gracious God—no matter the extent of our suffering
"Paul Tautges a...
Authors Brian Croft & Jim Savastio
David Murray writes in the Foreword: ’The minister’s soul is the soul of his ministry.’ I can’t remember where I first heard this saying, but I’ve never been able to forget it. And, having read this book, I never want to forget it. In these pages, Jim Savastio and Brian Croft e...
Author John Kitchen
The Pastoral Epistles for Pastors provides an even and thorough treatment of Paul’s pastoral epistles from a conservative viewpoint. The appendices deserve special note due to their extraordinary value to the expositor, especially Appendix C: Topical Index to Ministry Maxims; Appendix D: Exeget...
Editors H. Wayne House & Forrest S. Weiland
Essays in Honor of Elliot E. Johnson
“In a day when even in conservative schools many are denying the existence of actual messianic prophecies (about the first coming), this work, honoring Dr. Elliot Johnson, proves to be a refreshing recommitment to true biblical herm...