Pastors Under Pressure is a practical, Christ-centered guide for the modern pastor. It addresses many problems such as criticism, discouragement, loneliness, dryness, failure, and temptation. This new edition includes new chapters on retirement and being a minister’s wife.
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- Pinpoints the urgent need for pastors to identify and understand their role
- Discusses some of the problems and pressures of being a pastor
- Provides valuable lessons from the author’s personal experience
Praise for the Print Edition
I can recommend this book as a very helpful guide to Pastors feeling the pressure.
—The Covenanter Witness
- Title: Pastors Under Pressure
- Author: James Taylor
- Publisher: Day One
- Publication Date: 2004
- Pages: 160
About James Taylor
James Taylor served in the pastorate between 1956 and 1995 as a Baptist Minister in Scotland. He was the president of the Baptist Union of Scotland, 1971–72.