Being a pastor is no longer a matter of “occupying a venerable role in a stable institution,” explains David Rohrer in his book The Sacred Wilderness of Pastoral Ministry (IVP). Instead, it is now more like being “a crewman on a vessel sailing in stormy, turbulent waters who is grateful for the still points we encounter and the glimpses we catch of our destination on the horizon.” Rohrer helps readers rethink how we do pastoral ministry in a changing culture, drawing on the ministry of John the Baptist for helpful insights.

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