This guidebook on and for the ministry is helpful to new and experienced ministers of the Word. Defining the mission of Church leaders, providing a list of helpful texts in different areas of concern, and providing sample sermon outlines are just a few of the helpful areas covered in Helps for Ministers and Other Christian Workers.
Helps for Ministers and Other Christian Workers is a must-have for those interested in Reformation history. With the Logos edition, all Scripture passages in Helps for Ministers and Other Christian Workers are tagged and appear on mouse-over. What’s more, Scripture references are linked to the wealth of language resources in your Logos library, making these texts more powerful and easier to access than ever before for scholarly work or personal Bible study. With the advanced search features of Logos Bible Software, you can perform powerful searches by topic or Scripture reference—finding, for example, every mention of “worship” or “Matthew 5:3.”
Helps for Ministers and Other Christian Workers informed me how to organize a filing system and accumulate clippings on a wide range of topics.
—John A. Hostetler, best-selling author of Amish Life and Amish Society
Daniel Kauffman (1865–1944) earned a degree of Principal of Pedagogics from Missouri State University and was ordained in the Mennonite Church in 1892, then made a bishop in 1896. He served as editor for the Gospel Witness and Gospel Herald, and helped launch Beams of Light and The Sunday-School Teacher’s Quarterly. Kauffman was a prolific author whose works include Manual of Bible Doctrine, One Hundred Lessons in Bible Study, The Conservative Viewpoint, and The Gospel Mirror.
John L. Stauffer (1888–1959) was ordained a minister in 1911 and taught at Eastern Mennonite College in Harrisonburg, VA. Stauffer also moderated the Mennonite Church General Conference from 1947–1949. He published numerous articles and tracts and was a frequent guest speaker at Bible conferences.