Our library just got 50 books bigger. This month, we’re offering 40% off digital bundles of books from the Weaver Book Company. These books were just added to the Lexham Press library and are available in Logos Bible Software for the first time ever.
With the Pastoral Ministry Bundle, explore the lives of biblical people, dive deep into the Scripture’s storyline, and get expert preaching advice. Here are few highlights from this bundle:
From the Study to the Pulpit
Many pastors struggle with preaching the Old Testament. As a professor and pastor, Allan Moseley’s vast experience and knowledge go a long way in helping expositors enrich their pulpit ministry. His book reflects his classroom teaching on the subjects of exposition and hermeneutics, and it provides helpful illustrations of expositional principles that rise from his own preaching ministry.
Pastoral Ministry in the Real World
Though Scripture is timeless and unchanging, the world in which pastors must minister is never the same. Pastoral Ministry in the Real World applies the enduring truths of the Bible to the pastor’s work in messy situations where the old categories no longer apply and typical responses are not always effective. Jim Wilson presents the nature of pastoral ministry by exploring its three major functions: loving, teaching, and leading God’s people.
The eleventh commandment for preachers is “Be clear!” This book offers 55 workable guidelines on how this exhortation can be heeded to help with communication and preaching skills. This volume is a collection of some of the best of the hundreds of Preaching Points that the Haddon W. Robinson Center for Preaching at Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary has produced.
The Language of Salvation
What does it mean to be saved? The Language of Salvation is a study of 13 different terms used in the Bible, all of which combine to convey the richness of a single concept: salvation. The realities at the heart of the Christian message are the subject of many biblical metaphors and analogies worthy of study and meditation. Beyond explaining what each meant to the biblical authors and means to us today, Victor Kuligin points out how each of these facets of biblical salvation can be used when sharing the gospel.