The Book Your Pastor Wishes You Would Read: How are things in your church? Is it a church marked by a joyful Gospel partnership between your pastor and the members of your church? If not, how can you help?
The Book Your Pastor Wishes You Would Read (But Is Too Embarrassed to Ask) by Christopher Ash takes a candid look at what it means to create an environment of true fellowship within the church family, and explains why it’s important to support your church leader both spiritually and in practical ways.
The Book Your Pastor Wishes You Would Read offers a thoughtful consideration of actionable steps centered in Scripture to uphold your pastor in his calling and reminds us that pastors are people to pray for as they serve us.
Counsel for Couples: Strained relationships are a weary reality for many married couples – and if your role is to counsel couples in the midst of marriage crisis, you may often feel as though you’re less equipped for the task that you’d like.
Experienced counselor, author, and pastor Jonathan Holmes draws from years of marriage counseling experience to offer pastors, elders, counselors, and lay leaders a practical handbook for working with struggling couples in his newly released book, Counsel for Couples. Most importantly, all of Jonathan’s instruction is deeply rooted in sound theology and biblical principles.
Highly endorsed by Alistair Begg, this comprehensive instruction book offers indispensable guidance and encouragement for the unique challenges encountered by those ministering to couples in the bleakest of situations.