Staying Fresh Paperback
Serving with Joy
by Paul Mallard;
A Bird's Eye View
How to maintain an intimate relationship with God in a busy world - encouragement to persevere with joy and integrity
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How can we maintain an intimate relationship with God in a busy world? How do we read the Bible to feed our souls, rather than "professionally", looking for the next talk we have to deliver? How do we care for ourselves and avoid either burn-out or rust-out?
Paul Mallard has written Staying Fresh for everyone involved in ministry, at whatever level that may be. While he acknowledges the importance of conviction and competence, his primary emphasis here is on character. He is passionate about the importance of integrity, of persevering in prayer and discipleship, of never giving up in our battle with sin and our service for Christ.
"But even if you are not a leader and never aspire to be one,' he says, 'I hope that what you learn here will help you to maintain the freshness of young love."
Staying Fresh by Paul Mallard was published by IVP in February 2015 and is our 20675th best seller. The ISBN for Staying Fresh is 9781783591930.
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Details for Staying Fresh
|Page last updated||6th January 2015|
|Author / Artist||Paul Mallard|
|Publisher||IVP (February 2015)|
|Number of Pages||224|