With thirty-four years of Christian service under his belt, Peter White, a Scottish pastor, has given us a book on effective pastoring. When I learned of it, I looked forward to reading material written from outside the American context that had the idea of the "key things" for pastoral ministry at its heart. Its content is broken into five large categories: Before God (the character, vision, walk, etc., of the minister), Among the People (ministry of the Word, worship, prayer), With Individuals (caring, listening, discipling), Development and Outreach (strategy and evangelism), and Organization (leadership, team, time, stress).
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Issue: "Train Up a Child: Becoming People of the Word in a Culture of Images" Jan./Feb. 2001 Vol. 10 No. 1 Page number(s): 55
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