Category Archives: Book Reviews

Congregational Leadership in Anxious Times:

By Peter L. Steinke The Alban Institute, Herndon, VA: 2006 Biographical Sketch Peter L. Steinke is an internationally respected congregational systems consultant who has also served as a parish pastor, an educator, and a therapist for clergy. He is the author of the best-selling books, How Your Church Family Works, and, Healthy Congregations. Major Emphasis Part

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Caring Enough to Confront

by David Augsburger Publisher: Regal Books, 1986. Ventura, CA Biographical Sketch Since 1990 David Ausburger has been professor of pastoral care and counseling at Fuller Theological Seminary in Pasadena, California. Before coming to Fuller, Augsburger taught at seminaries in Chicago, Indiana, and Pennsylvania. For over a decade he served as radio spokesperson for the Mennonite Churches. His productions

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Being Leaders

by Aubrey Malphurs Baker Books, 2003. Biographical Sketch The Malphurs Group is led by Dr. Aubrey Malphurs, who is also Professor of Pastoral Ministries at Dallas Theological Seminary (DTS) in Dallas, Texas. Ordained in 1971, Dr. Malphurs planted his first church in 1972. He has also served as pastor of two churches in Dallas, Texas,

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Baptist Polity – As I See It

by James Sullivan Publisher: Broadman and Holman, 1998, Nashville: Biographical Sketch James Lenox Sullivan (1910 – 2004), a graduate of Tylertown (Miss.) High School, Sullivan’s higher education included a bachelor of arts degree from Mississippi College in Clinton; a master of theology degree from Southern Baptist Theological Seminary; and a doctor of divinity degrees from

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