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A Labor of Love

Reformation Heritage Books

A Labor of Love

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Driven by the desire to be successful, pastors are tempted to judge their ministries by the worldly standards of power, prestige, privilege, and prosperity. In contrast, J. Stephen Yuille reorients our understanding of pastoral ministry by presenting a standard of excellence measured by faithfulness, humility, and submission to God—even when the results look unsuccessful in the eyes of the world.

Drawing from the Puritan minister George Swinnock, Yuille expands on a list of sixteen heartfelt desires that Swinnock expressed for his own pastoral ministry. Yuille’s reflections on these timeless priorities are full of biblical insights and pastoral wisdom. The book ends with Swinnock’s farewell sermon to his congregation, which serves as an encouraging example for all pastors who desire to love their people in Christ. This book is a valuable guide for pastors as they seek to labor and love in the service of Christ.

Table of Contents:

Introduction

Part 1

  1. A Royal Ambassador
  2. A True Vessel
  3. A Sincere Suitor
  4. A Wise Builder
  5. A Skilled Physician
  6. A Diligent Student
  7. A Tender Mother
  8. A Courageous Soldier
  9. A Prudent Preacher
  10. A Ceaseless Intercessor
  11. A Patient Instructor
  12. A Discerning Judge
  13. A Faithful Shepherd
  14. A Powerful Example
  15. A Humble Instrument
  16. A Watchful Overseer

Part 2

A Pastor’s Farewell

Conclusion 

 

About the Author 

J. Stephen Yuille is the pastor of Grace Community Church, Glen Rose, Texas.


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