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The Pastor's Family

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Brian and Cara Croft address an important, but oft-overlooked aspect of being a pastor: the unique challenges and complexities of relationships in a pastor’s own family. The Pastor’s Family provides guidance for pastors as husbands and fathers and shares wisdom for pastors wives to address the difficulties they face as well. Featuring insights from the perspective of both a pastor and his wife---pastors and their spouses will find the encouragement they need to persevere in their calling.
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Pastoral ministry is more challenging than ever with unique, complicated burdens and expectations some have not experienced in previous generations. Because of this, the number of pastors who start with a great zeal for the work, quickly crash and burn and are left with a battered faith and family. This book seeks to identify those unique challenges, diagnose the problem, propose a biblical solution, and then guide the pastor and his family to embrace these challenges while shepherding the family through them.

Contributor(s) Brian Croft , Cara Croft
About the Contributor(s) Brian Croft

Brian Croft is Senior Pastor of Auburndale Baptist Church in Louisville, Kentucky. Brian is the founder of Practical Shepherding, a non-profit organization committed to equipping pastors all over the world in the practical matters of pastoral ministry.

Cara Croft

Cara Croft is a wife to Brian and a homeschooling mother of their four children. She did her undergraduate work at Asbury College and serves in a number of ways teaching and discipling the ladies of Auburndale Baptist Church. She enjoys serving her husband and family and looks forward to when she will have more time to pursue her love of speaking, teaching, writing and photography.

UPC 025986495107
ISBN-13 9780310495109
Publish Date Aug 20, 2013
Publisher Zondervan
Price $9.99
Format eBook
Language English

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