Tuesday, August 1, 2017

Ministry Monday: An Able and Faithful Ministry by James Garretson

I realize that it's not Monday, but sometimes Mondays (like all other kinds of days) don't go as planned. When that happens, I'll try to catch up on Tuesday. Then Wednesday. Etc.

So, this week, I am introducing the books that we will be starting on the week of the 14th.

An Able and Faithful Ministry is kind of cheating for "Ministry Monday" because it's a pastoral theology disguised as a biography. So, really, we'll get two "Timeless Tuesdays" each week for a while!

Samuel Miller was a godly Presbyterian pastor at the turn of the 19th century, and one of the first great professors at what became Princeton Seminary and included greats like Hodge and Warfield.

This book will take us through Miller's life and ministry as a backdrop for learning from him what a faithful pastor should look like.

If you like biographies, or if you are a minister or elder (or hope to be), I think that you will find this book especially helpful.

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