A husband and wife may go years and never step foot into each other's workplace, except for a holiday party or summer picnic. But the spouse of a pastor not only goes to her mate's place of work once or more times each week, a spouse is also expected to build her...
No one today shows more insight into the perils and joys of everyday ministry in the local church―a refreshingly honest and beautifully written meditation.”
―Mark Galli, Editor in Chief, Christianity Today
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“Zack Eswine . . . not only calls us to carefully contextualize our message to various cultures, sensibilities and habits of the heart, but he also gives us a host of practical tools, inventories and guidelines for doing so.”
Tim Keller, Founding Pastor of Redeemer Presbyterian Church, Manhattan
“There are few men I trust more to write a book on depression than Zack Eswine. His tears have freed me to embrace my tears and his story of heartache has taken me further into my own.
Scotty Ward Smith, Teacher in Residence, Nashville
“A pastorally poetic guide who reliably reminds us that a search for life’s significance begins with a trustworthy God.”
Donald C. Guthrie, Trinity Divinity School