CT Pastors Books

Tending Soul, Mind, and Body: The Art and Science of Spiritual Formation (Center for Pastor Theologians)
How Can So Many Pastors Be Godly and Dysfunctional at the Same Time?
Illuminating the blind spots in most approaches to spiritual formation.
Relatable: Exploring God, Love & Connection in the Age of Choice
What Christians Really Think About the Church’s Relationship Advice
New survey research sheds light on how believers navigate the stickier matters of dating and marriage.
Surprised by Paradox: The Promise of "And" in an Either-Or World
We Want Straightforward Answers. God Gives Us Mysteries.
Jen Pollock Michel traces the paradoxical shape of Christian truth.
The God Who Sees: Immigrants, the Bible, and the Journey to Belong
Seeing Immigrants Through God’s Eyes
Why their stories are always relevant, no matter the politics of immigration.
Addicted to Lust: Pornography in the Lives of Conservative Protestants
Waging a Smarter War on PornSubscriber Access Only
It’s a serious problem among evangelicals. But fixating on it might be missing the bigger picture.
Grace Will Lead Us Home: The Charleston Church Massacre and the Hard, Inspiring Journey to Forgiveness
In Charleston, Racial Healing Meant More Than Hugs and Unity Marches
As the first anniversary of the 2015 church massacre neared, public shows of support masked private tensions. But cracks were appearing in the city’s segregated silos.
Seculosity: How Career, Parenting, Technology, Food, Politics, and Romance Became Our New Religion and What to Do about It
Fitness Trackers, Dating Apps, and Other Ladders to NowhereSubscriber Access Only
Why secular substitutes for religion will always leave us exhausted and unhappy.
Competing Spectacles: Treasuring Christ in the Media Age
The Call to Self-Discipline in a Media-Saturated Age
Our society is addicted to spectacle. How do we keep our eyes are fixed on Christ?
Becoming Whole: Why the Opposite of Poverty Isn't the American Dream
The Most Effective Response to Poverty? Worshipping the True GodSubscriber Access Only
Even more than better systems and better policies, we need better theology.
The Common Rule: Habits of Purpose for an Age of Distraction
Why I Always Pray at the End of the DaySubscriber Access Only
We didn't accomplish everything we should have. God reminds us we didn't need to.
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