Robert P. Lightner and Aubrey Malphurs Collection (9 vols.)
A ministry, like anything else built with love, determination, and grace, is only as good as the foundation upon which is is built. In order to build a solid and scripturally sound foundation for one's ministry, godly and effective tools are a must. The Robert P. Lightner and Aubrey Malphurs Collection (9 vols.) provides just such a set of tools. Both new and experienced pastors will benefit greatly from this complete yet concise, biblically sound set of books. How-to, when-to, why, and for-whom are all questions-answered as these fine authors address issues, challenges and topics continually faced by pastors, teachers, and all who minister His Word.
Everyone has questions, but you need to be ready with the answers. Whether the challenge you face is a family who have lost a young child and stand on the brink of losing much more through grief and pain, or a church which lacks focus and direction, the kind often provided by a profound mission statement around which to rally while serving the Lord, the answers are here in solid, proven, and accessible information.
Put the Robert P. Lightner and Aubrey Malphurs Collection (9 vols.) into your ministry-toolbox.
- Tried and true tools for ministry
- Wide-ranging coverage of issues and challenges
- Insightful and profound help for those in need
- Handbook of Evangelical Theology: A Historical, Biblical, and Contemporary Survey and Review
- The Death Christ Died: A Biblical Case for Unlimited Atonement
- The God of the Bible and Other Gods: Is the Christian God Unique Among World Religions?
- Safe in the Arms of Jesus: God's Provision for the Death of Those Who Cannot Believe
- Sin, the Savior, and Salvation: The Theology of Everlasting Life
- Ministry Nuts and Bolts: What They Don't Teach Pastors in Seminary
- A Contemporary Handbook for Weddings and Funerals and Other Occasions
- Developing a Dynamic Mission for Your Ministry: Finding Direction and Making an Impact as a Church Leader
- Doing Church: A Biblical guide for Leading Ministries through Change
- Title: Robert P. Lightner and Aubrey Malphurs Collection
- Authors: Robert P. Lightner, Aubrey Malphurs, and Keith Willhite
- Publisher: Kregel
- Volumes: 9
- Pages: 1,960
About the Authors
Robert P. Lightner received his Th.D. and Th.M. from Dallas Theological Seminary, and Th.B. from Baptist Bible Seminary. He is currently Professor of systematic theology Emeritus at Dallas Theological Seminary, a member of the Evangelical Theological Society, and serves on the board of Bible memory Association International.
A professor of all the doctrines of Systematic Theology, Dr. Lightner has authored twenty-three books, most of which are about these doctrines. Since the 1950s he has helped struggling churches and ones seeking a pastor by serving as interim pastor thirty-three times at twenty-four churches in Pennsylvania, New York, Arkansas, Oklahoma, Louisiana, and Texas. His overseas ministries include work in Venezuela, Peru, Paraguay, and London (Spurgeon’s Tabernacle).
Aubrey Malphurs earned his Ph.D. and Th.M. from Dallas Theological Seminary, where he is also the chairman of the Field Education Department. He is president of the Vision Ministries International and has a passion for equipping a new generation of leaders for significant ministry in the twentieth-first century church.
Dr. Malphurs is the author of numerous books in the areas of leadership, vision, and church ministry, including Ministry Nuts and Bolts: What They Don't Teach Pastors in Seminary; Doing Church; A Contemporary Handbook for Weddings and Funerals; (all three included in this collection), as well as Strategy 2000: Making Disciples for the Next Millennium; and Biblical Manhood and Womanhood.
Keith Willhite received his Ph.D. from Purdue University and a Th.M. from Dallas Theological Seminary where he taught preaching and serves as professor of pastoral ministries.
Dr. Willhite was also a former pastor and the founder and president of the popular ministry-consulting firm, Strategenuity. Dr. Willhite passed away in 2003.