The Pressure is On.
Sometimes you may feel like you are facing a football defensive line: a half-ton mass and muscle whose sole objective is to pound you into the turf. The demands of the ministry can feel like that, especially when you’re faced by pressures like: How can I compete with the communication “masters” my parishioners listen to on the radio and television every week?
How can I preach about love when my own marriage is strained?
How do I really know if I’m making a difference?
Questions like these can unnerve us. They can destroy us. Or, like the pressure of weights against muscle, they can make our preaching strong. These issues—and more—are addressed in A Voice in the Wilderness, practical guidance for transforming ministry’s pressures into opportunities to excel, written by three of the most respected preachers in America today.
- Title: Pressure Points: A Voice in the Wilderness
- Authors: William H. Willimon, Stephen W. Brown, Haddon W. Robinson
- Publisher: Multnomah Books
- Publication Date: 1993
- Pages: 153