Keeping the Faith in a Christian College is an 85-page book designed for those who are attending or who have graduated from Christian colleges. It mainly addresses challenges to the clear teachings of the Bible, the Word of Christ Himself, and equips believers to face these challenges and “keep the faith” in a Christian college, university, or seminary setting.
Here are a couple of excerpts:
Click here to view the book at the Amazon Kindle Store. The book is free for Amazon Prime members to borrow anytime. The paperback is at Amazon for $6.75, last time I checked – it is subject to change. The price does not include shipping, unless you have Amazon Prime and get free shipping. The print version is part of the Kindle Matchbook program. When someone buys a print copy, they are eligible to buy the Kindle version for 99 cents!
For additional information about this book, click here to visit the full page dedicated to it.
Pulpit Supply Handbook: Twelve Frequently Asked Questions and Answers about Supply Preaching – $2.99 Kindle book; paperback at Createspace for $7.50 + shipping; paperback at Amazon includes deal for 99 cent Kindle version with purchase
DESCRIPTION: This book addresses some common theological and practical questions faced by supply preachers and pastors. Chapters include a discussion of the call to preach, training options, how to study and prepare sermons, finding opportunities, pulpit plagiarism, questions to ask a church, reporting income, and staying close to God through the biblical spiritual disciplines. Readers will also walk through the sermon preparation process with a sample text. The book includes several detailed lists and charts to help the supply preacher think through and plan for preaching opportunities, as well as recommended resources for further study.
- Click here to preview or purchase the Kindle version ($2.99).
- Paperback at Createspace for $7.50 + shipping
- Paperback at Amazon (Paperback ordered from Amazon will participate in Kindle Matchbook, so you can get the Kindle version for 99 cents if you purchase the print version.)
Training Pastors in the Local Church: Five Models of Theological Education is a booklet that examines mentoring, internships, partnering with other ministries, church-based seminaries, and traditional Bible colleges or seminaries as possible avenues for ministerial training in the context of the local church. This booklet challenges pastors, churches, and ministers-in-training to think through the advantages and disadvantages of the various options, in hopes of advancing more active efforts to provide and take advantage of theological education through the local church.
To order, visit the book page for Training Pastors in the Local Church