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Author(s):  Larry J. Michael
Publisher: Kregel Ministry
Price: $2.99       (May 1-2)
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Matt Perman, NINE BOOKS ON LEADERSHIP (The Gospel Coalition)
2. Spurgeon on Leadership, Larry Michael
A highly readable and very insightful primer on leadership based on the fundamentals of how Spurgeon led. It therefore has the best of both worlds: it covers the main areas of leadership from an explicitly Christian perspective. This book covers a lot of helpful ground, from competence and confidence to calling and character; casting vision and building commitment to leading with creativity and compassion. It also covers leading despite criticism and conflict and dealing with illness and depression–looking at all these things from the lens of how Spurgeon led.

Author(s):  Phil A. Newton
Publisher: Kregel Ministry
Price: $2.99       (Mar 27-28)
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(Foreword by Mark Dever) A biblically functioning church requires intentional devotion to the New Testament model of the church. In this practical book, Phil Newton gives a definitive and biblical study of elder-based leadership.

Author(s): Phil A. Newton
Publisher: Kregel Ministry
Price: $2.99       (Oct 4-5)
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Ministry Book of the Year–The Gospel Coalition 2017 Book Awards

The critical missing element in Christian mentoring today: the congregation

“Bringing up future leaders isn’t just the job of the pastor but of the whole congregation. This is an urgently needed book in churches today.”
–R. Albert Mohler Jr., president of The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary

Young, emerging leaders of the church, many of whom have gone through leadership training and traditional mentorship programs, still too often find themselves unprepared for the realities of ministry. Many leave the ministry altogether, overwhelmed.

Phil Newton reveals a critical gap: single-source mentorship is incomplete. Mentoring must involve the congregation, not just senior pastors, in order to bring forth mature, resilient leaders prepared for all that ministry entails.

The solid, practical solutions in The Mentoring Church offer churches of any size both the vision for mentoring future leaders and a workable template to follow. With insightful consideration of theological, historical, and contemporary training models for pastor/church partnerships, Newton is a reliable guide to developing a church culture that equips fully prepared leaders.


Author(s): Scott Aniol
Publisher: Kregel Ministry
Price: $2.99       (July 26-27)
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A guide to biblically shaped worship, which has the greatest missional impact in a post-Christian culture

By the Waters of Babylon examines a relationship between worship, culture, and evangelism that is centered in a desire for biblical fidelity rather than cultural relevance. Imagine how the Hebrews felt during their years of captivity in Babylon. How could they sing the songs they once sang in the spender of Jerusalem now that they sat in exile? Christian worship in the West faces many of the same challenges as this tragic account of Israel’s captivity. By all accounts Christendom is dead, and unbiblical beliefs have progressively permeated Western thought, expectations, and culture.

So how should churches respond to this seismic shift in their relationship with an increasingly post-Christian culture while still following the biblical mandate to reach that culture with the gospel of Jesus Christ? By the Waters of Babylon will help Christians wrestle through this critical issue of the relationship between Christian worship and evangelistic witness, especially in the context of an increasingly hostile culture. The author demonstrates that biblically regulated, gospel-shaped corporate worship that communicates God’s truth through appropriate cultural forms will have the most missional impact in a post-Christian context.


Author(s): Daniel Overdorf
Publisher: Kregel Ministry
Price: $2.99       (June 14-15)
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Even the most seasoned homileticians balk at sermon application. Why? Because
application requires preachers to toss a grenade-like “thus saith the Lord” into
people’s lives, and to do so repeatedly. -From the introduction

Despite the concern many pastors feel when it comes to sermon application, most
homiletics texts devote little more than a chapter, if that, to this vital
topic. Daniel Overdorf has filled this glaring gap with Applying the Sermon.
This book equips preachers to develop sermon application that grows
from the biblical text and addresses the needs of contemporary congregations.

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