The Pastorum Series: Bigger Collection, Bigger Savings

Logos’ Pastorum Series is a collection of resources for pastors. It launched in fall 2012 with the Pastorum Series Collection (7 vols.), which includes 300 Quotations for Preachers, 400 Prayers for Preachers, and five volumes of the Study, Apply, Share series. Since then, we’ve added 1,500 Quotations for Preachers to the series.

Now the entire set of resources is available as the twelve-volume Pastorum Series Collection!

Why people love it

The series has garnered many endorsements, including the following:

300 Quotations for Preachers and 400 Prayers for Preachers

“I regularly utilize prayers from the historical Church in Sunday worship and frequently quote ‘old dead guys’—the lions of the Church through the centuries—in my messages, so this pair of resources is proving highly valuable. Both are organized by author and by preaching theme and, being . . . part of Logos, they are easily searchable. Better yet, each quote or prayer is already placed on a PowerPoint slide you can drop right into your presentation. Highly recommended for all those who teach and preach the Bible!”

—Tim Morey, pastor of Life Covenant Church (Torrance, CA), author of Embodying Our Faith: Becoming a Living, Sharing, Practicing Church

“There are two main strengths of [300 Quotations and 400 Prayers]. First is the content. [Ritzema] was really thorough in pulling from many different people and over a long period of time. . . . Second is that it is organized extremely well, and that makes navigating it and finding what you need fast and effective. . . . These are the things that make this [resource] superior to going to Google and combing through random quotes . . . and then having to take what you find and make a slide for it.”

—Matt Dabbs, preaching minister at Westside Church of Christ (St. Petersburg, FL), blogger at Kingdom Living

Study, Apply, Share Series

“As a pastor, I’m always on the lookout for resources to help me with the main idea and structure of my weekly sermons. Jeff Miller, Elliot Ritzema, and the Logos team have done pastors and teachers a huge service by providing the Study, Apply, Share series of commentaries. Not only does it conveniently link each passage to digital resources and study tools, but there are suggested themes for each passage of Scripture. I especially appreciate the statistical slides, which are helpful for exploring the theme of each section but also can be used to better present those themes to my congregation. This is a wonderful resource, and one that every teacher will find helpful.”

—Matt Morton, professor of college ministries, Grace Bible Church (College Station, TX)

1,500 Quotations for Preachers

“There’s a wealth of good material here, especially for the preacher who wants to have her or his congregation aware of the history of the church and theology.”

—Abram Kielsmeier-Jones, blogger at Words on the Word

The Pastorum Collection

“As an entire collection, these resources are a tremendous help to the overworked preacher. . . . Miller helps preachers delve into the Bible, study deeply, and present relevant messages. Ritzema’s resources give preachers and worship planners a means of introducing the congregation to significant voices from Church history. Taken together, they help pastors and worship leaders plan Sunday worship in a cohesive way. I happily recommend this resource and believe that preachers will make good use of it.”

—James Matichuk, MDiv, Regent College; blogger at Thoughts, Prayers, and Songs

Get resources for planning better sermons and lessons: order the Pastorum Series Collection today!

Not sure if you’re ready to buy yet? You can rent the whole collection for just $9.95/month!

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Elliot Ritzema

Elliot Ritzema is an editor at Lexham Press and a master of sacred theology student at Nashotah House Theological Seminary. He is the editor of Lexham's Spurgeon Commentary series. He has a master's of divinity degree from Regent College in Vancouver, BC, and an undergraduate degree in journalism from the University of Richmond. See Elliot's 11 favorite books featured in our On the Shelf series.

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