Grace for Pastoral Care
Pastors need pastoring.
Lee Eclov does just that in his book. He writes with grace & compassion but also with conviction and great care. It is quite evident that he desires to see pastors thrive both in and out of the pulpit. But if you want to thrive in the pulpit, you must serve well outside of the pulpit. Your congregation won’t care how much you know until they know how much you care.
Eclov is a gifted writer and the simplicity that he writes with is piercing. He has a way of mending the broken and burdened heart of a pastor. This book is encouraging, comforting, challenging, and very equipping for the young and the seasoned pastor.
I was provided this book from http://mpnewsroom.com/ for the purpose of review. The above thoughts are my own.