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CT Pastors Books

How Far to the Promised Land: One Black Family's Story of Hope and Survival in the American South
Esau McCaulley: The Streets Sent Me to the Pulpit
But then my path to preaching took an unexpected turn.
Social Justice for the Sensitive Soul: How to Change the World in Quiet Ways
Some of My Social Justice Allies Are Terrifying, and I Value Them for It
“Sensitive” types like me won’t always mesh with more intimidating activists. But we need each other to thrive.
The Generations Project: Bridging Generational Divides in the Singapore Church
Gen X Dropouts Widen the Generational Divide among Singapore Christians
Interviews with 63 churches reveal an urgent need for greater mutuality in relationships.
An Invitation to Joy: The Divine Journey to Human Flourishing
Love, Joy, and Peace Are a Package Deal
Don’t ignore their ordering in Paul’s passage on the fruit of the Spirit.
Reading for the Love of God: How to Read as a Spiritual Practice
The Bible Is Literature. It’s Also Your Boss.
We owe to Scripture something we don’t owe any other book: our obedience.
Lent: The Season of Repentance and Renewal (Fullness of Time, 1)
I Met God on the Mountaintop of Ritual
How liturgy can lead to an encounter with the Lord.
Faith Driven Investing: Every Investment Has an Impact--What’s Yours?
The Bible Gives Investors Like Me a New Perspective on Risk
If we believe all that God promises, we won’t always opt for playing it safe.
All My Knotted-Up Life: A Memoir
Beth Moore: When I Was a Stranger in the SBC, Anglicans Welcomed Me
How the acclaimed Bible teacher found a new church home.
The Pastor’s Bookshelf: Why Reading Matters for Ministry
Go Ahead, Waste Your Time Reading
You won’t remember most of it, but that was never the point.
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