Released in the UK January 2024
Released in the US January 2024
Large trade paperback | 288 Pages
9781527110960 • £16.99 $23.99
BISAC – REL109000
This collection of writings in honour of Jeremy Middleton show the esteem in which he is held by his friends and peers. A faithful servant, preacher and leader, Part I of this festschrift will provide details of Jerry’s ministry, while Parts II and III contain essays covering a range of theological, biblical and pastoral issues contributed by a variety of friends and fellow ministers who are involved in evangelical leadership today.
Jonathan Middleton is the Assistant Minister at St Silas Church, Glasgow. A graduate of the Pastors’ Training Course at Cornhill Scotland with a background in architecture, he is currently completing an MA in Theology at Union Theological College, Belfast. Married to Alise, they have two young children.
… this collection emphasises the personal sine qua nons of ministry: living faith, consistent piety, and steady perseverance in doing the right things. It’s a delight to read.
Director, Pastors’ Training Course, Cornhill Scotland
In this moving tribute to a faithful pastor, multiple voices highlight the priorities for Christian life and ministry … A volume full of realism, encouragement and hope for the future!
Minister–at–large for Keswick Ministries, IFES Vice President, and former Director, Langham Preaching
… reminds us of, and illustrates for us, Paul’s statement that serving Christ and his people in this way is indeed ‘a noble task’.
Sinclair B. Ferguson
Chancellor’s Professor of Systematic Theology, Reformed Theological Seminary, Jackson, Mississippi
The true Christian minister stands between the living and the dead. He is authorised by the everliving God to call lost sinners who are already in shades of death up into the light of forgiveness and new life through the risen Saviour. This book, on “Beautiful Feet’’ is a prime example of leading people upwards by the grace of God. I warmly commend it.
Douglas F. Kelly
Professor of Theology Emeritus, Reformed Theological Seminary, Charlotte, North Carolina