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Raising Parents Is Tough

Whoever said parenting doesn’t come with a handbook? This no-nonsense guide to raising children with love, integrity, and Biblical principles is exactly the book parents need today. Whether it’s shepherding a child, instilling values, or simply learning to build in consistent family time each week, Raising Parents Is Tough
is packed with solid advice and a bit of humor from a pastor, husband, father of four, and grandfather.

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"#Resourcing Leaders to Encourage Others,"

Do you struggle with the challenge of focusing on your benefits instead of your hurts? We all have both! We are victors, not victims, right?

"#Resourcing Leaders to Encourage Others,"

Do you struggle with the challenge of focusing on your benefits instead of your hurts? We all have both! We are victors, not victims, right?

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"#MONDAY MORNING PREACHER,"

Do you struggle with the challenge of focusing on your benefits instead of your hurts? We all have both! We are victors, not victims, right?

Pastor, If I Were You…

I’d buy Monday Morning Preacher!  As a fellow pastor, I have witnessed the ongoing attendance decline in evangelical churches over the past 50 years. And my heart is heavy. Monday Morning Preacher includes 40 potential reasons why people leave our churches and provides instruction and solutions to both seasoned and younger pastors. We must stem the tide of those making back door exits. My overall premise is built upon the reality of those in-house problems that go unidentified and unresolved. 

Evangelicals in general, pastors and other leaders, new members classes, and churchgoers everywhere will benefit from this timely work. It’s a must read!

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About Roger Loomis

Graduated from Evangel University, later doing postgraduate work at Liberty University. He and his wife, Lori, have pastored six churches in North Carolina, Alabama, and Ohio respectively. They founded and now pastor Hope Community, a nondenominational church, located in Jefferson, Ohio. The Loomis’s are ordained with the Assemblies of God International Fellowship (E4 Ministry Network), headquartered in San Diego, California. Monday Morning Preacher is a learning composite of their forty-three years of co-pastoring.

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Monday Morning Preacher

Both pastors and local churches in today’s America are facing unprecedented challenges. Church attendance continues to decline, with the average evangelical church now at 80. The reasons are multifaceted–COVID-19, a growing anti-Christian sentiment, and of course, Satan, who is the Church’s most formidable enemy. However, many leave local churches due to in-house issues that often go unidentified and overlooked. Monday Morning Preacher discusses forty potential reasons, most of them not talked about in Bible schools or seminaries. Pastors are often left to navigate troubled waters alone and unsure. Churches in general need a heads-up regarding the many potentially problematic issues that surface, and that precipitate back door exits. Like Monday morning quarterbacks, who review their post-game strategies, pastors need to revisit their Sunday morning service on Monday to celebrate their wins, and to identify potential in-house issues that need wise and righteous attention. To identify and righteously confront these issues will mean healthier churches, where perpetuity is assured. Every pastor–inexperienced or seasoned–can benefit from Monday Morning Preacher and hopefully avoid some of the pitfalls that confront all pastors at some time during their ministry. The chapters are brief and insightful, all followed by questions that provide additional food for thought. Pertinent observations and solutions are based on churches of less than two hundred. However, all pastors, other church leaders, and congregants can benefit from these insights that follow forty-three years of pastoral ministry. The evangelical world needs to read Monday Morning Preacher!

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What People Say About “Monday Morning Preacher”

-Leah

An honest, truthful, heartfelt read!

I am so grateful for this book! I believe it is essential, not only for pastors but leaders and church people as well. While reading, I received both conviction and healing from past hurts. A new love for the local church sprang up in my heart. To be honest, I was reading the book because it came highly recommended from a friend, but there is so much more here! Monday Morning Preacher has challenged my assumptions of the role of the Pastor in his/her church as well as the role the church has in the life of the Pastor. The book lays the issues of the local body in plain sight and reveals what so many of us church-goers overlook! It grieves my heart to hear the reasons behind the falling out and withdraw of the congregation, but it also brings a sweet convincing(to which only the Holy Spirit can give) that brings Hope back to the family of God. I suggest all Pastors, leaders and lay persons read this book and ask God what He wants each of us to do with it. I thank God for Monday Morning Preacher.

-Leah

-Josh

An absolute MUST read.

This is one of those books that once you buy it you look back and you are eternally grateful that you did. It will be one that you read multiple times because no matter how much you got out of it you know you can still get more the next time around. No matter where you were at in your walk, this is an absolute must read for everyone. Highly recommended!!!

-Josh

Sarah L. Bush

This should be required reading for anyone leading in the church!

Are you a pastor, teacher, small group leader, or volunteer in a church? Do you ever wish you had someone who you could call or text and ask those “what about this…” type questions? THIS IS THAT BOOK!   So thankful for the decades of wisdom that were penned on these pages. I plan on gifting this to many people!

Sarah L. Bush

-Bobby L. Kay

Great book, very informative

Easy to read, the chapters are short and easy to follow. The book is very informative.

-Bobby L. Kay

Janet Thompson

Great Book !

So much truth in this book. I’m reading a few chapters each night. It’s a great tool to help teach young ministers in our Bible College. I love the questions. Helpful

Janet Thompson

SteveEkeroth

This should be required reading for anyone leading in the church!

Monday Morning Preacher: Things I Wish I Had Known as a Young Pastor by our own Roger Loomis contains many great thoughts and ideas.

Blessings, Steve Ekeroth, Executive Director, E4 Ministry Network