Ministry Resource Finalists

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Many churches invest endless time and resources into discipleship, yet these efforts often do not produce deeply transformed disciples. Why? By exploring the systemic gaps that undermine effective growth and change, Peter Scazzero unpacks seven biblical themes to offer a clear vision of an emotionally healthy discipleship culture that will reshape the world.

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Live out your faith by taking God to work! Sharing captivating stories and insightful leadership principles from a career that took him from corporate CEO to the longtime president of World Vision, Stearns unpacks 17 crucial values that can transform leaders and their organizations---including sacrifice, trust, humility, generosity, forgiveness, self-awareness, and balance. 264 pages, hardcover from InterVarsity.

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  1. Ministers of Reconciliation: Preaching on Race and the Gospel
    Daniel Darling
    Lexham Press / 2021 / Hardcover
    Our Price$15.99 Retail Price$21.99 Save 27% ($6.00)
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    Stock No: WW594770

Race is one of the most pressing issues of our time; how should pastors tackle it from the pulpit?

In this collection of essays, issues of race and ethnicity are explored from a variety of perspectives, offering guidance to pastors on how to address those topics in their own contexts. Each builds on a foundational passage of Scripture, offering practical and biblically faithful approaches to the subject of race.

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  1. Preaching to People in Pain: How Suffering Can Shape Your Sermons and Connect with Your Congregation
    Matthew D. Kim
    Baker Academic / 2021 / Trade Paperback
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    Stock No: WW961297

"2022 Book Award Winner for Church & Pastoral Leadership"---Christianity Today: "Oftentimes, people sitting in our churches are suffering immensely from different hardships and challenges. Kim's book will help preachers offer words of hope and empathy for suffering saints. An invaluable and timely resource." 240 pages, softcover. Baker.

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What's the foremost challenge leaders face today? Bolsinger says it's to adapt and apply our core values to better serve the needs of a changing world. Sharing practical insights and personal anecdotes, he helps you step up to such a time as this. Discover how to build resilience, cultivate strength and vulnerability, and more. 256 pages, hardcover from InterVarsity.

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Revisionist history and misinformation about Christianity have driven African Americans away from the church and toward a spirituality more indigenous to their ethnicity. In this first-of-a-kind resource, well-known writers and leaders examine prevalent cults, religious groups, and ethnocentric ideologies—and show how the gospel applies to Black identity. Contributors include Eric Mason, Thabiti Anyabwile, and Tiffany Gill.

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