Item description for Is It I, Lord?: Discerning God's Call to Be a Pastor by James O. Chatham...
Overview An introduction to the mystery of how God calls people into ministry. Those who are struggling with a call or those who doubt the call they have received will benefit and be inspired by Chatham's insight and wisdom.
Publishers Description In this small yet immensely helpful book, experienced pastor Jim Chatham offers an invaluable resource for those seeking to answer the question 'Is God calling me to be a pastor?' By identifying related questions such as 'What is the life of a pastor like?', 'What does a call look, sound, and feel like?', and 'What are the major benefits and drawbacks of being a pastor?', Chatham guides his readers through the difficult process of discernment. As Chatham writes, 'The path of answering Gods call is not easy. God does not build straight highways through the desert to guarantee us safe passage.... This book will serve as a companion to all who are on that journey, listening for that voice.'
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Studio: Westminster John Knox Press
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.16" Width: 5.02" Height: 0.39" Weight: 0.31 lbs.
Release Date Jan 1, 2002
Publisher Westminster John Knox Press
ISBN 0664226728 ISBN13 9780664226725
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More About James O. Chatham
James Chatham is pastor emeritus of Highland Presbyterian Church, Louisville, Kentucky. He has brought his unique Bible teaching to congregations from Stillwater, Minnesota, to Charleston, South Carolina, and has taught every fall for the past twenty-six years at the Lay Institute of Louisville Presbyterian Theological Seminary.