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  • ISBN: 9781-783972-388
  • Binding: paperback
  • Page Count: 156
  • Publisher: EP Books

The Pastor’s Soul: The Call and Care of an Undershepherd

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Yes, the pastor is all about serving others, about sacrificing for the sake of others, about spending and being spent for others, and about pouring out themselves to fill others. But, as many pastors have discovered to their cost and pain, servants are finite, sacrifices eventually turn to ashes, non-stop spending leads to bankruptcy, and pouring out without ever filling up ends in drought.

The Pastor’s Soul reminds us that caring for self is not selfish but necessary if we are to sustain a life of caring service to others. It’s not a warrant for sloth or selfishness, but rather a call to self-care that will lead to better other-care.

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The Pastor’s Soul

The Call and Care of an Undershepherd

David Murray writes in the Foreword to The Pastor’s Soul: ‘The minister’s soul is the soul of his ministry.’

I can’t remember where I first heard this saying, but I’ve never been able to forget it. And, having read this book, I never want to forget it. In these pages, Jim Savastio and Brian Croft establish the foundation of all faithful and fruitful ministry–the pastor’s soul. But, although their main target is the epidemic of ministerial hyper-activity and the accompanying burnout, backsliding, and brokenness, they carefully avoid over-reacting and running to the opposite extremes of monkish withdrawal or lazy self-indulgence. Instead, you have a book that skillfully walks a balanced biblical path in both content and style. It balances self and others.

Yes, the pastor is all about serving others, about sacrificing for the sake of others, about spending and being spent for others, and about pouring out themselves to fill others. But, as many pastors have discovered to their cost and pain, servants are finite, sacrifices eventually turn to ashes, non-stop spending leads to bankruptcy, and pouring out without ever filling up ends in drought. This book reminds us that caring for self is not selfish but necessary if we are to sustain a life of caring service to others. It’s not a warrant for sloth or selfishness, but rather a call to self-care that will lead to better other-care.

Table of Contents

Part 1: Biblical Commands Concerning a Pastor

  1. Take Heed to Yourself
  2. Take Heed to Your Doctrine
  3. Take Heed to Your Flock
  4. Take Heed Because it Matters

Part 2: Pastoral Call Upon a Pastor

5) Awakening

6) Strength

7) Love

Part 3: Spiritual Care of a Pastor

8) Receiving the Public Means of Grace

9) Embracing the Private Means of Grace

Part 4: Physical Care for a Pastor

10) Eat

11) Sleep

12) Exercise

13) Friendship

14) Silence

15) Rest

Conclusion

Sabbatical Example

Steps to a More Fruitful Sabbatical

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