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The Imperfect Pastor: Discovering Joy in Our Limitations Through a Daily Apprenticeship with Jesus

Zack Eswine

Pastors aren’t superheroes—they have fears and limitations just like everyone else. Zack Eswine knows this from personal experience and has a wealth of wisdom to offer those who feel like they don’t measure up. Written in a compelling memoir style, The Imperfect Pastor... Read More

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Pastors aren’t superheroes—they have fears and limitations just like everyone else. Zack Eswine knows this from personal experience and has a wealth of wisdom to offer those who feel like they don’t measure up. Written in a compelling memoir style, The Imperfect Pastor is full of insightful stories and theological truths that show how God works unexpectedly through flawed people. By talking honestly about the failure, burnout, pain, and complexities that come along with church ministry, Eswine helps pastors accept their human limitations and experience the freedom of trusting God’s plan for their church and life.
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  • Release Date: Jul 31, 2015
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A great book on the journey of being in the pastoral ministry field, that should be read by everyone. by Rick on 10/27/2015
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First and foremost, just because you aren’t a pastor or a church leader doesn’t disqualify you from reading this book. The life of pastor I believe can be a task most churchgoers don’t understand. In reading this book from the life of a pastor from Missouri, it’s been a breath of fresh air and I have slowly read this book for it’s timely message is for pastors and future pastors. The chapters spoke to me in my season, and I believe they can minister to you as well even if you don’t have the “pastor” title. Walking through a season of a wilderness brings you closer to God I know for me and in this book it’s refreshing to know that I’m not the only one to walk in this journey of being in ministry. Part three of this book has been my favorite of discussing our hearts and how important a ministry calling can be We have further progressed in time and as the way of ministry has changed this book helps talk about the roundabouts of what a pastor does on daily/weekly basis and this book been something that I see as almost a road map of what lies ahead in the journey and what one’s experience taught them.

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