The Wanderer

As I walked through the wilderness of this world …

Brief book update

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For those interested in the upcoming title, A Portrait of Paul (more information), a brief update:

I recently received the edited manuscript, to which I hope to turn my attention, with my co-author, over the coming week or so.  At the moment, the finished article may see the light of day sometime in September.

However, in the meantime the publishers have made a decision not to seek a British co-publisher.  I am not sure what that means for distribution and availability in the UK, but I will let you know if and when and from whom it becomes available here in due course.

In an update to the update, this morning we received a further endorsement from Steven J. Lawson, pastor of Christ Fellowship Baptist Church in Mobile, Alabama.  He kindly says:

The greatest need in churches today is for godly men to shepherd the flock of God. To be sure, 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. This book is built upon careful exegesis, proper interpretation, penetrating insight, and challenging application. Herein is profiled the kind of minister every church so desperately needs and what every true minister should desire to become.

You can still get it direct from Reformation Heritage Books as well as from Westminster Bookstore, Monergism Books, Christian Book Distributors (CBD), and Grace Books International.

Written by Jeremy Walker

Friday 30 July 2010 at 08:46

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  1. We await with interest…

    Jonathan Hunt

    Friday 30 July 2010 at 13:24

  2. Looking foward to getting it as soon as one can be found this side of the pond

    David

    Monday 2 August 2010 at 13:09


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