Book Blurbs: Richard Warneck on Pastoral Ministry

Charles Arand interviews Professor Emeritus Dr. Richard Warneck about his new book, Pastoral Ministry: Theology & Practice from Concordia Publishing House.

Following in the lineage of C. F. W. Walther and John H. C. Fritz, the book addresses the many challenges faced by pastors and presents the theological foundation of pastoral ministry that aims to inspire and restore the vision of parish ministry for pastors and their congregations.

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1 Comment

  1. Steve Bloem October 16, 2019
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    Are you aware of a book that I have written, and was published by Kregel Publications in 2018. It is called “The Pastoral Handbook of Mental Illness: A Guide for Training, and Reference.” It is being used by pastors, therapists, Christian colleges, and seminaries across world.
    In Christ, Rev. Steve Bloem

    our website: http://www.heartfeltmin.org

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