by David Fleer & Charles Siburt
Church elders today sacrifice and serve often without training or resources. The result can be discouragement, a sense of failure, or burnout. When crises come how do elders find nurture for their own spirits? In the midst of trouble, how do elders shepherd the flock, as did the Compassionate One, with tender mercies?
With clarity, practical wisdom, and the authority of extensive experience, the writers in this volume speak directly to church leaders and the many challenges they face. This book is followed by its sequel, Good Shepherds.
Essay contributors include Mark Love, Rubel Shelly Randy Harris, Randy Lowry, David Wray, Greg Stevenson and Jeff Childers.
Dimensions (inches): 8.5 x 5.5
Weight (pounds): 0.5