In the Reformed Pastor, Richard Baxter argues that ministry is "so much more" than preaching and administering the sacraments.
WTS Books Amazon.ca Amazon.com Reformers.com.au Emotions are notoriously difficult. Many Christians are unsure of what to do with their own emotions and those of others. Many find themselves at the extremes of either accepting the intuitive authority of their emotions or dismissing any meaningful role for emotions in the Christian life. J. Alasdair Groves and … Continue reading Review of Untangling Emotions
In this densely packed but brief monograph, the late David Powlison argues that a pastor is a counselor, unpacking his unique role as such.
Contrary to popular, the training of pastors is not adiaphora; the Bible instructs church leaders to train future church leaders.
What if our priorities in ministerial training and our theological methods have over-intellectualised Christian life and ministry?