Escape from Church, Inc.

Escape from Church, Inc.❴Download❵ ➶ Escape from Church, Inc. Author E. Glenn Wagner – Bluevapours.co.uk A call for pastors to return to their biblical calling as shepherds Escape from Church Inc calls pastor leaders away from the business executive model of doing church and back to the model of a caring A call for pastors to return to their biblical calling as shepherds Escape from Church Inc calls pastor leaders away from the business executive model of doing church and back to the model of a caring shepherd who tends his sheep Wagner offers a practical and biblically sound view of how pastors can become Escape from Kindle - all God intended them to be and guides them into new vision new values and a new way of pastoring that begins not with doing but with seeing and being.

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  • Paperback
  • 256 pages
  • Escape from Church, Inc.
  • E. Glenn Wagner
  • English
  • 10 September 2016
  • 0025986243173

10 thoughts on “Escape from Church, Inc.

  1. Samuel Cowan says:

    I had to read this book as part of the course I am doing for my BD Now I have to go back through it as the uestions are related to each chapterIf any Pastor believes that his calling is to “shepherd God’s flock” then I recommend that they read this book Chapter 11 is really interesting in reading the answers he receives from Joe Stowell John Piper and a few others who believed they where called to be a “PastorShepherd” of the church they where called tooI would recommend this book to any student considering the role of Pastor

  2. Chris Whitehead says:

    A good book to remind pastors that they are called to be shepherds of people and not CEOs of corporations

  3. Mark says:

    The only reason I didn't give this book five stars is because it is so repetitive It makes the same point over and over again and might have made a very good long article in a magazine However I enjoyed the book immensely It is a call for pastors to fulfill their biblical calling as shepherds rather than trying to be CEOs which is the current prevailing model in American evangelicalism I wish every pastor would get a copy of this book read it and take its message to heart

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