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— The Life of a Plowman, Proven Principles for the Pastor By Donald L. Cantrell ($10 Normally)
In The Life of a Plowman, Pastor Donald Cantrell seeks to assist those called by the Lord to serve the church in the role of pastor. Specifically, he addresses:
The Supreme Concept of God's Plowman The Sure Call of God's Plowman The Sound Character of God's Plowman The Spiritual Care of God's Plowman The Strategic Course of God's Plowman The Strong Courage of God's Plowman The Special Compassion of God's Plowman The Serious Collapse of God's Plowman The Soothing Calm of God's Plowman The Solemn Commission of God's Plowman
— The Five Smooth Stones, Essential Principles for Biblical Ministry By Robertson McQuilkin ($15 Normally)
Bemused by the constant rising and falling of new methodologies when he began a career in ministry over fifty years ago, university president Robertson McQuilkin has ever since committed his work to a core group of enduring ministry principles that he calls “the five smooth stones.”
In summary, these principles are: the Bible (making it the functional authority), the Congregation (aligning it with the biblical purposes), the Spirit (releasing his energizing power), the Plan of Redemption (the mission of every disciple), and the Lord Jesus (model of servant leadership).
While that outline may seem very obvious, one must ask why so many churches and other ministries fail somewhere along the way. Could it be a simple lack of commitment to relentlessly measure every effort by these key standards?
McQuilkin has witnessed the success of his method through five decades of dynamic service, from church planting to foreign missions to the academic arena. The Five Smooth Stones is his invitation to join in the deep reflection, honest evaluation, and courageous integration of each principle here in order to bless every aspect of your ministry.
— Companion to the Bible By E. P. Barrows D.D. ($10 Normally)
Companion to the Bible is designed to assist in the study of God’s word in a thorough and systematic way. Requiring brevity and condensation, this volume states several facts as principles as concisely as could be done consistently with a true presentation of them. Barrows divides the book into four parts:
Evidences of the Revealed Religion Introduction to the Old Testament Introductions to the New Testament Principles of Biblical Interpretation
— Light from Old Times With an Introduction for Our Own Days By Bishop John Ryle ($20 Normally)
Light from Old Times is partly historical and partly biographical. It’s about facts and men. In the historical part of the book, Ryle accounts three remarkable events in the history of the Reformed Church of England. Queen Mary, known otherwise as “Bloody Mary,” and her efforts to destroy the Reformation; Archbishop Laud’s efforts to unprotestantize the Church of England; James the Second’s attack on Protestantism; all of these events changed the course of English history.
Ryle also illuminates the lives of 11 remarkable men in his biographical papers, including Wycliffe, Laud, and English Reformers. Following these men, Ryle uncovers the truth and doctrines to guide us to the true gospel.