After traveling the world for many years and speaking at hundreds of churches of all kinds, Paul David Tripp is concerned about the state of pastoral culture. He is not only concerned about the spiritual life of the pastor, but with the very people who train him, call him, relate to him, and restore him if necessary.
Dangerous Calling reveals the truth that the culture surrounding our pastors is spiritually unhealthy - an environment that actively undermines the wellbeing and efficacy of our church leaders and thus the entire church body. Here is a book that both diagnoses and offers cures for issues that impact every member and church leader, and gives solid strategies for fighting the war that rages not only in the momentous moments of ministry, but also in the mundane day-by-day life of every pastor.
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I was totally sucked in. Listened to most of it driving from PA to NY. It was practical and yet I found myself moved to worship.
Great content for leaders of faith. Reader was dry and monotone sounding. This book will drive you to invite Jesus into your messy world for a fresh sense of passion for the future!
Christian, husband, father, teacher, trainer.
With regard to content, this book is in my top 5 favorite audiobooks.
Richard Baxter's "The Reformed Pastor". The reason why is that Baxter and Tripp both do you a great service in helping you do a thorough (and painful) self-examination.
I think Maurice does a wonderful job reading the content. As I was listening, I found myself forgetting that I was being read to - a quality I appreciate. Get out of the way of the content. Great job, Maurice.
Not in particular, but in the whole, I was greatly refreshed and warned.
This is a must-read/listen for anyone serving in ministry in any capacity. I hope to pass this book on to my sons when the time comes.
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