Sacred Subversion: How Some Churches Defeat Their Pastors and Destroy Themselves Robert F. Simms

ISBN: 9781592869527

Published: November 17th 2003

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143 pages


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Sacred Subversion: How Some Churches Defeat Their Pastors and Destroy Themselves  by  Robert F. Simms

Sacred Subversion: How Some Churches Defeat Their Pastors and Destroy Themselves by Robert F. Simms
November 17th 2003 | Paperback | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, talking book, mp3, ZIP | 143 pages | ISBN: 9781592869527 | 5.33 Mb

Pastors are under fire in epidemic numbers. Rampant turmoil in churches has caused their plight. Yet, while many churches make pastoral ministry difficult, they hold pastors responsible for the problems church membersA[aa[ behavior causes. DisplacedMorePastors are under fire in epidemic numbers. Rampant turmoil in churches has caused their plight. Yet, while many churches make pastoral ministry difficult, they hold pastors responsible for the problems church membersA[a�a[ behavior causes. Displaced pastors deal with intense stress, disillusionments, or even exodus from ministry.

Why would churches work against their pastors? Sacred Subversion explores how some churches, by thwarting pastors, actually damage themselves through attitudes, traditions, and organizational sabotage of spiritual leadership.

Sometimes blunt, Sacred Subversion opens eyes to the sin that seeks to use Christians to subvert the work of Christ by defeating the pastors he sends them.



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