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Author Joe Warner
Many times in life, we seem to battle with the same debilitating issues—from negative habits, thoughts, or emotions, to fears, triggered-reactions, and other matters that adversely affect us. Is there any way to break free from the patterns that bind us, short-circuit us, or leave us in a place we...
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...
Author Dr. Anthony Michael Chandler
"Dr. Anthony Chandler is one of the most promising young pastors in the nation. His book unearths the multiple dynamics with which both initiates and veteran pastors must contend when transitioning to new pastoral venues or even when making substantive changes in the status of th...
Author Brent Joseph
In Developing Prophetic Communities, Brent takes the reader through the Old and New Testaments to explore prophetic images and vocabulary. These themes help us to know the work of the Holy Spirit in our own lives and communities. By way of consistent, Biblical teaching and through Scriptural expl...
Author Rev. Dr. Sidney S. Williams Jr.
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The first year of a new pastoral assignment in an established congregation is often referred to as the honeymoon phase, but this can be extremely misleading. Getting the first year right in a new pastoral assignment will actually require a profo...
Author John Kitchen
"John Kitchen’s Philippians for Pastors is thoroughly done, theologically informed, exegetically sound, and hermeneutically thoughtful. Suggestions for digging deeper and ministry maxims are sprinkled throughout the text. This commentary will make a fine addition to the library of any pastor or s...
Author Darin Slack
Is there a way to experience prophetic ministry in a God-honoring way—without all the mess and confusion?
Prophetic ministry is the Holy Spirit’s gift to the Church. Yet this gift has been abused, confused, and misused, making it difficult for today’s Church leaders to embrace. With biblically so...
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
“This is an excellent conservative commentary … The appendices are a treasure trove that proves to be eminently helpful.”
Simon J. Kistemaker, Reformed Theological Seminary, Orlando, FL
“I heartily welcome and endorse this encyclopedic study of Paul’s Pastoral Epistles. The beginning pastor and t...