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Fall : Pastoral Transitions

Volume 4
Fall

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In this Issue
FROM THE EDITORSubscriber Access Only
The Pastor's PassagesSubscriber Access Only
The Wilderness of the CandidateSubscriber Access Only
The dangers of stones and pinnacles en route to a pastorate.
Double-Digit ChurchesSubscriber Access Only
The unique struggles and joys of pastoring a congregation of less than a hundred.
When the Pastor Gets FiredSubscriber Access Only
What was once unthinkable is becoming more frequent. Why? And how can it be forestalled?
After the Fiasco: Restoring Fallen ChristiansSubscriber Access Only
Those who fail are not condemned for life. The trouble is, they often think so.
IDEAS THAT WORKSubscriber Access Only
Missionary mail that ministers
MY CHOICE OF BOOKSSubscriber Access Only
Richard Foster reflects on the writers who stretched his thinking.
Ten Reasons Not to ResignSubscriber Access Only
How one pastor kept himself from jumping ship.
Some Quiet Confessions about Quiet TimeSubscriber Access Only
A young pastor owns up to the realities of personal devotion, and explores for solutions.
TO ILLUSTRATE...Subscriber Access Only
The Spiritual Life Check-upSubscriber Access Only
Discovering spiritual illness must precede the cure.
What I Wish I'd Known about Single-Adult MinistrySubscriber Access Only
A veteran shares what he's learned on the job with the churche's newest specialty group.
Confession of a Pulpit CommitteeSubscriber Access Only
An inside look at the church's most clandestine operation -- the pastoral search.
PREACHING TO ORDINARY PEOPLESubscriber Access Only
Pastors don't preach to eager scholars, but to silent sufferers in every pew.
Shepards Who Have StayedSubscriber Access Only
Leadership Forum
The Ordination from Above
The Ordination from AboveSubscriber Access Only
Becoming a Reverend took one night; experiencing God's power took much longer.
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