BOOK REVIEW: REPLENISH

All of my early life was spent as the child of a pastor. Then in 1985 I became one and have continued to this day.

Lance Witt has written with accuracy about the struggles of people in ministry. As a pastor in small and large churches he experienced many of the normal feelings and weaknesses that come with living as public servants.

Lance has been called a pastor to pastors and with good reason. His vulnerability and willingness to confess his faults give room for others to follow. We know all too well what it means to feed others when our own soul is depleted.

I found his insights about building a healthy team insightful. Having served as the executive pastor at Saddleback Church with Rick Warren, he pastored a staff that was larger than many churches.

Christmas is coming and this would be a good one under the tree of your favorite pastor. (unless you attend my church. I've already read it).






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Kevin Rogers said…
Thanks for the encouragement!

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