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Nobody's Perfect, But You Have to Be

Dean Shriver

Nobody's Perfect, But You Have to Be

Dean Shriver

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Congregations don’t just hear what their pastors preach; they also scrutinise their conduct keenly, searching for an example to follow in living out the gospel message. Dean Shriver delves into the tough challenges church leaders face, and identifies seven key character traits that are essential to the maintenance of pastoral integrity. 144 pages, from Baker.

- Publisher The American church is struggling. Too many pastors no longer practice what they preach, and congregations don't just hear, they watch. "Nobody's Perfect, But You Have to Be details how pastors preach with their lives as well as their lips. By delving into tough issues pastors face, the author teaches church leaders how a life of example aides their sermons with a transforming power for persuasion that can change hearts. In this life perfection is impossible, yet preachers are commanded by God to he righteous. Can this be attained while one is still human, mature in faith yet at the same time still maturing? Shriver says yes, outlining seven character traits marking lives of integrity and describing how pastoral integrity grows through practice of spiritual disciplines.

- Publisher Feel like everybody's watching you? They are! Your congregation is looking to see if you preach with your life---not just your words. Tackling tough issues pastors face, Shriver outlines seven characteristics of ministerial integrity. You'll learn how "holy honesty" grows through practicing spiritual disciplines and that your own Christian walk is the best sermon illustration.

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About "Nobody's Perfect, But You Have to Be"

Congregations don’t just hear what their pastors preach; they also scrutinise their conduct keenly, searching for an example to follow in living out the gospel message. Dean Shriver delves into the tough challenges church leaders face, and identifies seven key character traits that are essential to the maintenance of pastoral integrity. 144 pages, from Baker.
- Publisher

The American church is struggling. Too many pastors no longer practice what they preach, and congregations don't just hear, they watch. "Nobody's Perfect, But You Have to Be details how pastors preach with their lives as well as their lips. By delving into tough issues pastors face, the author teaches church leaders how a life of example aides their sermons with a transforming power for persuasion that can change hearts. In this life perfection is impossible, yet preachers are commanded by God to he righteous. Can this be attained while one is still human, mature in faith yet at the same time still maturing? Shriver says yes, outlining seven character traits marking lives of integrity and describing how pastoral integrity grows through practice of spiritual disciplines.
- Publisher

Feel like everybody's watching you? They are! Your congregation is looking to see if you preach with your life---not just your words. Tackling tough issues pastors face, Shriver outlines seven characteristics of ministerial integrity. You'll learn how "holy honesty" grows through practicing spiritual disciplines and that your own Christian walk is the best sermon illustration.
- Publisher

Meet the Author

Dean Shriver

Dr. Dean Shriver (D.Min., Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary) is the founding and current pastor for 21 years of Intermountain Baptist Church in Salt Lake City, UT. In addition to serving on two boards - Rocky Mountain CBA and Reaching Indians Ministries International - Dean authored a book dealing with character and integrity in preaching titled Nobody's Perfect, But You Have to Be: The Power of Integrity in Preaching (Baker, 2005).

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  • Catalogue Code 221758
  • Product Code 0801091829
  • EAN 9780801091827
  • Pages 144
  • Department Academic
  • Category Leadership
  • Sub-Category Church Leadership
  • Publisher Baker Book House
  • Publication Date Feb 2005
  • Sales Rank #22078
  • Dimensions 216 x 140 x 10 mm
  • Weight 0.209kg

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