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Thanks for listening to the 10th episode of the Ministry Connection Podcast! We’ve hit the mile-marker of double digits. Just think, if we do this 10 more times we’ll hit episode 100 and enter the triple-digits. It’ll be here before we know it.
In this week’s episode, I asked you what you’re reading right now and you responded. I’ll be playing the voicemails that came in and sharing some of my responses and also, what I’m reading right now. Those are the only books that I can recommend. Just because they are mentioned in the voicemails by someone else, does not mean that I recommend or endorse them. Clear? Ok. Proceed with your own discernment.
Below, you’ll find the links to find the guys that called in their feedback and links for the books that they are reading and recommending. Any links to the books are affiliate links. So, if you purchase through them, you won’t pay any more, but, a small percentage of your purchase will come back to The Ministry Connection Podcast to help support it. Thanks in advance for doing that!
Here are the recommendations:
Mondays with My Old Pastor: Sometimes All We Need Is a Reminder from Someone Who Has Walked Before Us
Assistant Pastor, Knobs Baptist Church, Tower Hill, IL
Pastor, First Baptist Church, Tipton, IN
Church Still Works: An In-Depth Study of the Practices and Potential of Twenty-First Century Local Churches
Assistant Pastor, Carpenter’s House Baptist Church, Germantown, OH
Hitler’s Cross: The Revealing Story of How the Cross of Christ Was Used As a Symbol of the Nazi Agenda
What I’m Reading Right Now
The Serving Leader: 5 Powerful Actions That Will Transform Your Team, Your Business, and Your Community (Blanchard, Ken)
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