A Portrait of Paul Rob Ventura

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A Portrait of Paul  by  Rob Ventura

A Portrait of Paul by Rob Ventura
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What does a true pastor look like, and what constitutes a faithful ministry? How can we identify the life and labors of one called by God to serve in the church of Jesus Christ? To address these questions, Rob Ventura and Jeremy Walker examine howMoreWhat does a true pastor look like, and what constitutes a faithful ministry? How can we identify the life and labors of one called by God to serve in the church of Jesus Christ?

To address these questions, Rob Ventura and Jeremy Walker examine how the apostle Paul describes his pastoral relation to the people of God in Colossians 1:24–2:5. By discussing these essential attitudes, qualities, and characteristics of a faithful minister of Christ, A Portrait of Paul provides gospel ministers an example of what they should be, and demonstrates for churches the kind of pastors they will seek if they desire men after God’s own heart.Chapters in Book:1.

The Joy of Paul’s Ministry2. The Focus of Paul’s Ministry3. The Hardships of Paul’s Ministry4. The Origin of Paul’s Ministry5. The Essence of Paul’s Ministry6. The Subject of Paul’s Ministry7. The Goal of Paul’s Ministry8. The Strength of Paul’s Ministry9. The Conflict of Paul’s Ministry10. The Warnings of Paul’s MinistryTarget Readership: Churches looking for a pastor will find guidance in what a faithful man of God will look like.

Christians looking for a church will find a tool by which they can assess the pastors of the flock in the light of God’s Word, finding men to whom they can commit the care of their souls.· Christians already in a church will be better equipped to pray for their pastors and will further understand what it really means to be shepherded by a man after God’s own heart.· Ministerial students pursuing the work of the ministry will see a picture of a man they should seek to imitate.· Pastors will be encouraged to persevere in the high calling of gospel ministry.Authors: Rob Ventura is a pastor of Grace Community Baptist Church in Cumberland, Rhode Island and Jeremy Walker is a pastor of Maidenbower Baptist Church in Crawley, England.Endorsements:“The apostle Paul has always been a hero whom I look to as a model for my ministry.

His unrelenting faithfulness in the worst kinds of trials is a remarkable example to every pastor and missionary. In the midst of suffering, hardship, and (in the end) the abandonment of his own friends and fellow workers, Paul remained steadfast, dynamic, and utterly devoted to Christ.

This invaluable study of Paul’s life from Rob Ventura and Jeremy Walker is a wonderful, powerful, soul-stirring examination of Paul’s self-sacrifice and his unfaltering service to the church. It will both motivate and encourage you, especially if you’re facing trials, opposition, or discouragement in your service for Christ.”—John MacArthur, Pastor/Teacher of Grace Community Church in Sun Valley, California and President of The Master’s College and Seminary“In this dual-authored portrait of Paul as a minister of the gospel, Ventura and Walker have captured the very essence of ministry.

On every page, we are forced to reflect upon the dimensions of apostolic ministry and urged to comply. Packed with exposition and application of the finest sort, these pages urge gospel-focused, Christ-centered, God-exalting, Spirit-empowered, self-denying ministry. I warmly recommend it.”—Derek W.

H. Thomas, John Richards Professor of Theology, Reformed Theological Seminary, Jackson, Mississippi“The greatest need in churches today is for godly men to shepherd the flock of God. No church will rise any higher than the level of its spiritual leaders. Like priest, like people. To this end, Rob Ventura and Jeremy Walker have done an exceptional job in providing a model for pastoral ministry, drawn from the extraordinary example of the apostle Paul.



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