The Church Executive “Leadership Library” — 6 GREAT Books for PastorsChurch Growth, Communication, Human Resources, Latest News, LEADERSHIP, Outreach, Training Tuesday, May 17th, 2016
A curated collection of great resources for pastors
The Charles F. Stanley Life Principles Bible delivers Dr. Stanley’s cherished values to benefit every Christian in his or her life’s pursuits.
The result is a Bible overflowing with practical articles, notes, and sidebars that help readers understand what the Bible has to say about life’s most important questions.
For more than 10 years, Peter Greer has helped HOPE International increase fundraising at an annual growth rate of 44%. In this book, Greer and philanthropist David Weekley share a counter-cultural, relational approach to fundraising.
Unlike guilt-inducing gimmickry, their model inspires generosity with a Kingdom perspective that values the giver and the receiver.
This resource gives leaders the tools to recognize and overcome burnout, providing them a new vision for greater levels of both rest and productivity.
The MacArthur Study Bible is perfect for serious study. John MacArthur has collected his pastoral and scholarly work to create the most comprehensive study Bible available.
No other study Bible does such a thorough job of explaining the historical context, the meaning of the text, and making it practical for your life.
In The Maxwell Leadership Bible, leadership expert John Maxwell brings you an in-depth look at God’s laws for leaders and leadership.
God has shown us the time-tested and irrefutable principles of leadership. John C. Maxwell has assembled these biblical teachings to equip and encourage leaders and those who serve with them to meet the modern challenges.
In Reaching Millennials, successful church consultant David Stark shares proven, practical methods for churches to attract and engage young people.
Based on principles that built the early church, Stark’s strategies help leaders utilize their church’s strengths and show how churches can reach out to their communities in ways that align with the positive interests of Millennials.