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Price: $2.99 (Nov 11-12)
The church is experiencing a leadership crisis.
What can we do to prevent
pastors from leaving the ministry?
For every celebrity pastor exiting the ministry in the spotlight, there are many more lesser-known pastors leaving in the shadows. Pastor and best-selling author Paul David Tripp argues that lurking behind every pastoral failure is the lack of a strong leadership community. Tripp draws on his decades of ministry experience to give churches twelve gospel principles necessary to combat this leadership crisis. Each of these principles, built upon characteristics such as humility, dependency, and accountability, will enable new and experienced leaders alike to focus their attention on the ultimate leadership model: the gospel.
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Intervarsity Press: Facing “The Talk”: Conversations with My Four Daughters About Sex by Wendy Elizabeth Chapin vs. Wired for Intimacy: How Pornography Hijacks the Male Brain by William M. Struthers
Reformation Heritage: None Else: 31 Meditations on God’s Character and Attributes by Joel R. Beeke & Brian Cosby vs. Be Reconciled with God: Sermons of Andrew Gray by Andrew Gray
Good Book Company: How Do We Know Christianity Is Really True? (Big Questions) by Chris Morphew vs. Seven Reasons to (Re)Consider Christianity by Ben Shaw
Crossway: Liberating Ministry from the Success Syndrome by R. Kent Hughes & Barbara Hughes vs. Lead: 12 Gospel Principles for Leadership in the Church by Paul David Tripp
Christian Focus: Held in Honor: Wisdom for Your Marriage from Voices of the Past by Robert Plummer & Matthew Haste vs. To Walk or Stay by Lara Williams