Walking with the Giants: A Minister's Guide to Good

Walking with the Giants: A Minister's Guide to Good Reading and Great Preaching One should read not only what the giants have written, but what has been written about them, and the author points the reader to the best books in both categories, spicing the bibliographical with the biographical Additional chapters guide the minister to the outstanding works on the ministry in general and on preaching in particular This is the kind of book the reader will not be able to put down, and after he finishes it, he will have a hard time putting down the books to which the author has lured him ➮ [Read] ➪ The End (The 30-Day Collective Book 1) By Ellen A. Easton ➺ – Lavons.co.uk but what has been written about them [PDF / Epub] ☃ The Light Over London By Julia Kelly – Lavons.co.uk and the author points the reader to the best books in both categories ☁ [PDF / Epub] ☀ Cell By Robin Cook ✎ – Lavons.co.uk spicing the bibliographical with the biographical Additional chapters guide the minister to the outstanding works on the ministry in general and on preaching in particular This is the kind of book the reader will not be able to put down [Download] ➺ Braving the Wilderness Author BrenĂ© Brown – Lavons.co.uk and after he finishes it [BOOKS] ✪ Lightning / Midnight / The Bad Place ✴ Dean Koontz – Lavons.co.uk he will have a hard time putting down the books to which the author has lured him


About the Author: Warren W. Wiersbe

Warren W Wiersbe, former pastor of the Moody Church and general director of Back to the Bible, has traveled widely as a Bible teacher and conference speaker Because of his encouragement to those in ministry, Dr Wiersbe is often referred to as the pastor s pastor He has ministered in churches and conferences throughout the United States as well as in Canada, Central and South America, and Europe Dr Wiersbe has written over 150 books, including the popular BE series of commentaries on every book of the Bible, which has soldthan four million copies At the 2002 Christian Booksellers Convention, he was awarded the Gold Medallion Lifetime Achievement Award by the Evangelical Christian Publishers Association Dr Wiersbe and his wife, Betty, live in Lincoln, Nebraska.



10 thoughts on “Walking with the Giants: A Minister's Guide to Good Reading and Great Preaching

  1. says:

    The Victorian era is often referred to as the Golden Age of Preaching The author laments with the exception of Spurgeon and Tozer that many of the most gifted evangelical preachers in Britain and America of the 19th and early 20th centuries are all but forgotten.Students of church history will recognize some names here Samuel


  2. says:

    Inspiring account of ordinary men used by God in extraordinary ways.


  3. says:

    Skimmed the last third of the book This volume is full of book recommendations, and as much as I love that, it tended to bog things down Had a hard time finishing the book But, for the most part, I loved the biographical sketches The Victorian era may have contained the highest concentration of great preachers in the history of the church Simp


  4. says:

    I greatly appreciate this book As a collection of thumbnail sketches on men of the church, and important books of the church, Wiersbe has done a great job leaving the reader encouraged and wantingThis is one of those books you read before reading other books Grab it, read it, and make a list of books to read when your done.


  5. says:

    good book


  6. says:

    Somewhat in great need of updating, still it has a great list of reading material for pastors from the early to mid 20th century Short bios and articles about preaching, prayer and study.


  7. says:

    Broad yet quick biographies of many spiritual giants along with a list of what the author believes to be their most helpful works.


  8. says:

    I suppose I have read this book at least a half dozen times After getting some rather depressing church news I decided to pull it out again It never fails that when I spend time with this book I am pulled up some I suppose it is a combination of things that does it First, I realize the ministry is bigger than me or my church A corollary to that is the fact that I do not have it nearly as


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