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You Lift Me UpOvercoming Ministry Challenges

You Lift Me Up

Overcoming Ministry Challenges

Albert N. Martin
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Description

It happens little by little. . . Even in the context of a very faithful ministry, a pastor may be at risk of a gradual-but ultimately debilitating-downfall.

Al Martin speaks from years of experience as he guides pastors to identify warning signs of dangerous paths:

* Backsliding-a spiritual decline manifested first in the prayer closet.

* Burnout-erosion of one's mental, emotional, psychological, and physical resiliency and buoyancy.

* Washout-the loss of credibility among the people.

Albert N. Martin

About Albert N. Martin

Albert N. Martin served as pastor of Trinity Baptist Church in Montville, New Jersey, for more than forty years and he taught Pastoral Theology in the Trinity Ministerial Academy for twenty years. Esteemed by leading theologians and pastors, his preaching is the subject of a book, My Heart for Thy Cause (ISBN 978-1-85792-716-0).

Specifications

  • Author: Albert N. Martin
  • Release Date: September 2013
  • Pages: 144
  • Format: Large trade paperback
  • Dimensions: 216 x 138
  • ISBN: 9781781912270
  • Imprint: Mentor
  • Category: Ministry & Evangelism > Pastoral Resources

Endorsements

I'm so thankful that Pastor Martin's years of pastoral experience and wisdom are now being made available to the church in this wonderful book. I believe it will save many ministries and spare many families and churches the grief of burned-out, knocked-out, and washed-out pastors.

David Murray, Professor of Old Testament & Practical Theology, Puritan Reformed Theological Seminary, Grand Rapids, Michigan

Satan attacks a pastor in various ways. Sometimes he tempts him to gross and scandalous sins. However, sometimes the devil sneaks in quietly. He distracts us from what is most important. He twists one good activity into an excuse to neglect another duty. He subtly appeals to our pride to make us act as if we have no needs or limitations. Al Martin's book exposes these dangers, and is eminently helpful to preserve a pastor for long-term service to the glory of God. I heartily recommend it for men aspiring to ministry, for men in ministry, and for all those who love them.

Joel R. Beeke, President, Puritan Reformed Theological Seminary, Grand Rapids, Michigan
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