Today's seminary students are often ill-equipped to minister to our 21st-century unchurched culture. What are they missing? Offering a revealing look at what pastors aren't taught in school, Malphurs encourages you to think through your congregation's vision, core values, mission, and strategy in order to develop ministries that will have maximum impact for Christ. 192 pages, softcover from Kregel.
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Review 1 for Ministry Nuts and Bolts: What They Don't Teach Pastors in Seminary, Second Edition
Great book on developing a vision of ministry
Date:November 4, 2011
Malphurs is a really solid writer of Christian leadership books. This one is no exception. It is well written, solid and concise. I enjoyed it very much.
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Review 2 for Ministry Nuts and Bolts: What They Don't Teach Pastors in Seminary, Second Edition
The title says it all. This small book is the nuts and bolts that they do not teach in seminar. Every pastor in their first 5 years should read this... and every pastor who has been serving for a while ought to review this book every 5 years.