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|Format: DRM Protected ePub|
Vendor: Moody Publishers
Publication Date: 1997
Availability: In Stock
Annetta Kallis5 Stars Out Of 5November 19, 2008Annetta KallisI have not finished reading all of the book Shepherding the Church by Joseph Stowell, but what I have read is a great help. It is easily readable and understandable.
David R. Bess5 Stars Out Of 5September 28, 2003David R. BessI began reading this book on shepherding rather skeptically, thinking it would denounce church growth concepts and advocate a return to ineffective methodologies of a by-gone era. Instead, what I found was a very helpful, relevant and insightful work that offers practical tips for the 21st century pastor. Stowell divides his book into four sections: perspective, personhood, proclamation and proficiency.When I first entered the pastoral ministry 20 years ago, I was given the classic book "Lectures to My Students" by Charles Spurgeon. I've read many titles in that time period, and hadn't found another one in its league until I read this one by Stowell. Buy it, read it, and see for yourself!