“If anyone knows how to be a pastor in the contemporary context that person is Eugene Peterson. Eugene possesses the rare combination of a pastor’s heart and a pastor’s art. Take and read!” (Richard J. Foster, author of Celebration of Discipline)
“I’ve been nagging Eugene Peterson for years to write a memoir. In our clamorous, celebrity-driven, entertainment culture, his life and words convey a quiet whisper of sanity, authenticity, and, yes, holiness.” (Philip Yancey, author of What Good is God)
“A good book for folks who like pastors. And a good book for folks who don’t. The Pastor is the disarming tale of one of the unlikely suspects who has helped shape North American Christianity.” (Shane Claiborne author of The Irresistible Revolution)
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The Pastor was beautifully written in a way that captures the heart and the emotions of going through life as a pastor. Peterson displayed honesty and transparency as he stumbled his way through life. Through different stories of Peterson's life we are able to see the overall theme of being and remaining human no matter where we are in life, rather than rushing and professionalizing everything we do.
I enjoy audio books. One of my favorites "My Life In France" allows me to open any section anytime to become immersed in the joie de vivre!
Interesting to hear the pastor's perspective. In one of his pastoral books he mentioned hearing people come to thinking they had committed the most horrible of acts, when in reality we are not very imaginative and there are only about a dozen acts that pastors hear over and over.
No, I was hoping the book would include more of his personal life and challenges. This book stays focused on his career.
Eugene Peterson is a favorite of mine. Anything he writes will have intention and incite.
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