Author: Paul Tautges
Paperback, 96 pages
About the book
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Discipling the Flock is a short book to help church leaders bring about heart-based change in the lives of the people they shepherd, through the personal ministry of the Word.
Here is an urgent appeal to return to authentic discipleship; here is a call to shepherds to be tenacious in their preaching of the whole counsel of God, and tender in their application of its truth to the lives of God’s sheep through their personal ministry.
Features and Benefits
- Calls church shepherds to joyfully embrace Christ’s calling to “feed my sheep”
- Explains the personal application of the Great Commission
- Draws from the author’s wide experience as a local church pastor
Who should read this book?
- Preachers, ministers
- Church elders
- Small-group leaders
- Aspiring pastors
This book gets it right! It shows how true biblical counseling and preaching fit hand-in-glove. Those who preach, teach, or counsel regularly are sure to benefit greatly from this helpful resource. —John MacArthur
Here is an anchor for authentic ministry that will stimulate real spiritual growth in God’s people. —Dr. Steven J. Lawson
…a biblically faithful, practically helpful guide to find the important balance between the public and private ministry of the Word of God.” —Brian Croft
I recommend you read this masterful little book twice. —Greg Strand
An excellent little book for every church member and—most importantly—for every church leader. Elder boards would do well to work through this little book together—their churches would be well served by it. —Fred Zaspel
About the author
Dr. Paul Tautges has been in gospel ministry since 1992 and currently serves as senior pastor of Cornerstone Community Church (EFCA) in Cleveland, Ohio. Paul is the author of many books including Comfort the Grieving, Counseling One Another, and Pray About Everything, and serves as the series editor for the LifeLine Mini-books. He is also an adjunct professor, and blogs at CounselingOneAnother.com.
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