Mondays With My Old Pastor Pb Paperback
Sometimes All We Need Is a Reminder from Someone Who Has Walked Before Us
by Jose Luis Navajo;
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Mondays With My Old Pastor Pb
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- Includes 15 vital principles (priorities) for every Christian
- Great writing and a powerful story combine to make a compelling reader experience
A totally burned-out young preacher reignites his faith and gathers wisdom for life while spending successive Mondays with an eighty-three-year-old pastor.
Deep inside in some uncertain part of my soul persisted this strange exhaustion that was difficult to explain and hard to endure, writes pastor and author José Luis Navajo. Thinking of leaving the ministry, Navajo doesnt know where to turn until he begins meeting with a seasoned man of the clothhis old pastorwho, through successive Monday visits, offers a legacy of wisdom in the form of 15 unique principles.
In lyrical prose, Navajo shares the personal anecdotes, fables, and deep spiritual insights offered by the old pastor and his wife. By turns funny, heartbreaking, and thought provoking, 'Mondays with My Old Pastor' is a comfort to anyone who struggles in his or her walk with God. As readers follow Navajos journey from desperation to rejuvenation, they will find themselves similarly transformed and inspired. This moving, beautifully written account is sure to reignite every souls longing for renewal.
Mondays With My Old Pastor Pb by Jose Luis Navajo was published by Thomas Nelson in June 2012 and is our 14514th best seller. The ISBN for Mondays With My Old Pastor Pb is 9780849947254.
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|Page last updated||1st June 2017|
|Author / Artist||Jose Luis Navajo|
|Book Format||Paperback / softback|
|Publisher||Thomas Nelson (June 2012)|
|Number of Pages||240|