Ministry is an extraordinary calling, filled with great joys and difficult challenges. During Pastor Appreciation Month, we have the great privilege of honoring those who serve as shepherds of God’s flock. Many pastors want to preach better, but they don’t always know how to go about improvement. During October, we’re giving pastors the resources to improve the skills of their craft and continue to shape and form their hearts.
Right now, get the print and digital versions of select pastoral resources and save! Treasure your print copy as a prized addition to your physical library. And absorb even more from your reading with the digital edition—custom made to work seamlessly with all the powerful study tools of Logos Bible Software.
Here are few highlights from the Pastor Appreciation Sale:
The Care of Souls invites a new generation of pastors to form the godly habits and practical wisdom needed to minister to the hearts and souls of those committed to their care. Drawing on a lifetime of pastoral experience, The Care of Souls is a beautifully written treasury of proven wisdom which pastors will find themselves turning to again and again.
“One of the best books I’ve ever read on the craft of pastoring. It’s one I gladly recommend to all of those who have been called to be shepherds of God’s sheep.”—Tim Challies
In The Heart of the Preacher, Rick Reed focuses on the personal heart preparation required before any preacher is ready to preach. He explores issues preachers often wrestle with—like discouragement, insecurity, and pride. He then offers practices to fight these challenges and form a heart that carries the fruit of the Spirit into the pulpit.
“With refreshing and unrelenting honesty, Rick Reed gifts those of us who preach with a disturbingly accurate MRI of our souls, and then helpfully guides us forward. Every pastor needs to buy this book. And give a copy to a colleague.”—J. Kent Edwards, Professor of Preaching and Leadership, Talbot School of Theology; Founder/CEO, CrossTalk Global
Servant leadership is commended by popular leadership writers and scholars. However, much of the practical, theoretical, and even theological commentary on servant leadership doesn’t do the Bible justice. It fails to account for the context and history of interpretation around this often-quoted saying of Jesus. This context has everything to do with a truly biblical understanding of servant leadership, and that’s what Servant of All unfolds.
Servant of All addresses matters of the heart and the significance of relationships in a step-by-step process, doing soul surgery along the way with astute observations about comparisons and competition. Those who take the time to reflect on these insightful and applicable lessons will be better suited and equipped for God’s calling on their lives as well as for various opportunities of leadership in the church and church-related entities.—David S. Dockery, President, Trinity International University/Trinity Evangelical Divinity School
Print & Digital. Go together like Paul & Timothy. Don’t choose one over the other. Get both for one great price during Pastor Appreciation Month.