If you’ve ever wondered what it would be like, read this book. The Crofts deal honestly and openly about the good, the bad, and the ugly.
I would encourage “the flock” to read this as well, so that they know how to help a pastor who is neglecting his own soul-care. If you care about keeping your pastor healthy and burnout-free, then read this book and implement its advice.
“One of our greatest problems and deficiencies in prayer is that we begin with our own concerns and our own petitions without regard for our brothers and sisters. Many of us falter in prayer because we begin with the wrong word: I instead of our.”
Over the last few weeks, Jon and Joe have been discussing books and reading in The Pastor Discussions Podcast, and … More
Tim Challies gives a list of books that every Christian should read and I couldn’t agree more with this entire … More
Typically speaking, Psalm 23 is typically read on deathbeds or at funerals, which is a shame. It was never meant … More