Item description for Another Adultery: Dysfunction Within the House of God by Bob G. Stewart...
Another adulteryawhat can it mean? This book explores the pitfalls many ministers face as they answer the call to serve God. From facing the inquisition that has become the pastor-search committee to using small churches as stepping stones to abigger and bettera things to leaning too heavily on emotional ties made outside of marriage, this book exposes the dysfunction of many churches and ministers. The author writes from his twenty-plus years of ministry and offers model prayers of confession and repentance for those who would dare to recognize themselves within these pages.
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 9" Width: 6" Height: 0.12" Weight: 0.19 lbs.
Release Date May 14, 2007
ISBN 1424166713 ISBN13 9781424166718
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Behind the Scenes Jul 14, 2007
I will admit my connection to this book and author early on: Bob Stewart has been at various times my pastor, and always a friend. That being said I know this book comes from his heart because much of the material we have previously discussed over kitchen tables in several parts of the country.
Anyone in the Church knows it is in trouble. But, overall, it's generally in trouble in some form or fashion. The question is: how do we pull believers/congregations out of the ditch and finish the race well?
Pastor Stewart offers practical explanations of many problems and to-the-point solutions. Some chapters have an intense squirm factor so be prepared to look inside your own walk to see if you are contributing to the problems you believe to be plaguing your church. As much as it pains me to quote any 60's philosophy: If you're not a part of the solution, you're part of the problem. I fear this is truer than we care to admit.