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If you are going to be a Shepherd, walk in the pasture
by David Chadwell
This work of 16 chapters by David Chadwell (Church of Christ) examines various subjects for pastors pastoring a local church.
Evaluation by David Cox
This is a work for pastors in their ministry. I would recommend this work. Continue reading
The Art of Candidating a Hand-Book of the Minister’s Part in Establishing the Pastoral Relation
By Horace Worth
This work is for pastors looking for a new church to pastor. 13 chapters on a pastor candidating for a new church. Some of his chapters are pastoral changes, school of candidating, resigning a pastorate, qualities of a good candidate, etc. Continue reading
|Date:||February 5, 2015|
The Pastor His Own Evangelist:
Methods, texts, seed thoughts, and illustrations
By Charles LeRoy Goodell D.D.
With an introduction by J. Wilbur Chapman, D.D. and a Preliminary chapter on preparing for a revival.
This 18 chapter work by Goodell (Congregationalist) deals with the Pastor in his role as Evangelist. He looks at various aspects of how and why the pastor’s role is his own evangelist.
Copyright, 1910, by F. M. Barton Company, Continue reading
|Date:||February 4, 2015|
An Essay on the Warrant, Nature and Duties of the Office of the Ruling Elder in the Presbyterian Church
by Samuel Miller, D.D.
Professor of Ecclesiastical History and church Government in the Theological Seminary at Princeton, N.J.
In this work (15 chapters) by Miller (Presbyterian-Reformed), he examines the ministry of ruling elder first looking at the testimony of the OT church, the evidence in the NT, the testimony of the church fathers, of the witnesses in the dark ages, of the reformers and those since their time. He then looks at their need in the church, the nature nd duties of such an office, their distinction with deacons, their qualification for office, their election, their ordination, their resignation, and the conducting of discipline on them on the presbyterian plan.