Confessions of an Insignificant Pastor:What Pastors Wish They Could Tell You!
A MUST READ!!!
"Risky business is writing a book like this one! If you think a prophet speaking truth to power is high-risk, listen here to a prophet who, by telling the truth to a church in power-failure, speaks power to truth. I loved this book!"
Mark Elliott's latest book published by FaithWalk Publishers as an imprint of CSS Publishers is available NOW to be shipped! This book is a transparent look into the life of a pastor. Inside us all is a raging dragon of insignificance that finds its roots in the fall of man in the Garden of Eden. This book will help you to slay the dragon!
Fifteen hundred pastors leave the ministry each month!
80% of ministers feel unqualified and discouraged in their role as pastors.
80% of new pastors will leave the ministry within their first five years!
80% of pastors' spouses wish their spouse would choose another profession and feel their ministry spouse is overworked.
70% of pastors constantly battle with depression! 50% of ministers would leave the ministry if they had another way of earning an income! 85-90%of pastors said their greatest problem is dealing with problem people and disgruntled people.
Not only will this book help to encourage vocational ministry leaders but it will also reveal to laity ways that they can pray, encourage, and strengthen their pastors. Be sure to get a copy for yourself and all pastor's in your life! _________________________________________________________________________________________
Pastor Mark Batterson wrote this book's foreword. This breakthrough book is being endorsed by Dr. Leonard Sweet, Dr. Ed Stetzer, Bill Easum, Dr. George Bullard, Steve Sjogren, Tommy Barnett, Dr. Tom Clegg, Michael James Murphy, Rob Wegner, Nelson Searcy, Chonda Pierce, Dr. Gordon Anderson, Chris Seay, Dr. George Wood, Dr. Wayde Goodall, and Dr, Gary Allen.
"Mark Elliott has written in “Confessions” of those things every ministry leader wishes they had the courage to say, the wisdom to recognize and the discernment to deal with at the many critical junctures on the journey of ministry."