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Moody Publishers On Being a Pastor: Understanding Our Calling and Work

As a pastor, you shoulder unique responsibilities. While you care for God's people, you must also nurture your own spiritual life---or everybody loses! In this insightful guide, Prime and Begg offer advice on the spiritual and practical aspects of ministry, including prayer, devotional habits, preaching, and specific pastoral duties. Foreword by Dr. Al Mohler. 320 pages, softcover from Moody.
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Date:August 21, 2008
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Kenneth Passno
This is a wonderful book filled with down-to-earth discussions on being a pastor. Even if you're not a pastor, reading this book will give you a better appreciation of what your pastor is all about. I highly recommend for all christians.
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Date:October 8, 2007
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Lamont Jones
If you truly love you pastor, you'll read this, so you'll have an idea of what a pastor does. You'll be able to specify what to pray about for his/her life. New pastors and even seasoned ones can brush up on their ministries with the spelled out ideas and truths in this book. I "HIGHLY!" recommend everyone purchase this work for their library.
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Date:October 6, 2006
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Thomas Stegall
This is a wonderfully practical and wise treatment of issues and responsibilities faced by pastors, by two men powerfully used by God. Between them they have about 89 years of of pastoral experience. I think every seminary student should read this immediately upon graduation, whether they serve in small or large churches, in the U.S. or abroad.
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