Direction: Discovering & Living the Will of God by Pat Sieler
“God’s will is always the right decision…If you’re someone who wants to make the right decisions yet you struggle with knowing God’s will, this book is the key that will unlock your confusion. With God’s Word as his guide, Pastor Pat provides a powerful perspective on how to intuitively and experientially know the will of God.”- Dan Hickling, Web Pastor, Calvary Chapel of Fort Lauderdale
The Jesus Style by Gayle Erwin
Jesus describes himself in his “Greatest in the Kingdom” teachings in response to the Apostles who argued constantly about which of them was the greatest. We discover that Jesus, as the actual greatest, was the one truly others-centered person. This book, considered a modern classic by many, is required reading for schools, seminars, church leaders, home fellowships and missions trainees. In print since 1983. Now in 35 languages.
Spiritual Leadership by Henry & Richard Blackaby
Next to their Experiencing God classic, Spiritual Leadership is one of Henry and Richard Blackaby’s most highly regarded and best-selling books to date, encouraging business and church leaders alike to follow God’s biblical design for success. In fact, the Barna Group reports that pastors list it among today’s most influential writings on the topic of how God develops, guides, and empowers spiritual leaders.
On Being A Servant by Warren Wiersbe
Do you sometimes lose sight of the core of your ministry? Do you feel overwhelmed by the needs that surround you? Do you wish you had some real encouragement? Every pastor experiences feelings of inadequacy or loneliness at some time in ministry. Serving others and serving God is not an easy task. Warren Wiersbe, the “pastor’s pastor,” knows the struggles and triumphs a life of service brings.
50 People Every Christian Should Know by Warren Wiersbe
Christians in the twenty-first century need encouragement and inspiration to lead lives that honor God. When faith is weak or the pressures of the world seem overwhelming, remembering the great men and women of the past can inspire us to renewed strength and purpose. Our spiritual struggles are not new, and the stories of those who have gone before us can help lead the way to our own victories.
Spiritual Leadership by J. Oswald Sanders
Leadership today is no easy task. Christian leaders called to shepherd others get caught in power struggles and are tempted to abuse their pastoral authority. Pastors feel that they must project strength and certainty in order to preach and minister credibly. Too often our models of leadership are shaped more by culture than by Christ.
Disciplines of a Godly Man by R. Kent Hughes
Discipline is a subject about which the Scriptures say much-but contemporary authors have been peculiarly silent. Kent Hughes fills a gaping void with this superb volume; If there is a spark of spiritual desire in your soul, this book will surely kindle it into a blazing passion for godly discipline.
-John MacArthur, pastor and best-selling author
Living by the Book by Hendriks
How would you describe your personal Bible study? Mundane or motivational? Lackluster or lively? Redundant or reviving? Howard and Bill Hendricks offer a practical 3-step process that will help you master simple yet effective inductive methods of observation, interpretation, and application that will make all the difference in your time with God’s Word.