Anyone who spent time in theological seminary knows that even with all the knowledge you gained the list of things you didn’t learn is even longer. That’s why What They Didn’t Teach You in Seminary (Baker Books) by James Emery White is such a valuable resource for pastors and church leaders. White knows seminaries, and he knows churches; and in this book he draws on his extensive experience with both to help bridge the gap in practical knowledge needed for ministry today. From vision to values, from calling to communication, Jim takes readers on a guided tour of the way real-life ministry can and should be lived. The book is packed with timely insights that will help church leaders build strong, effective ministries. This book deserves a place on every pastor’s bookshelf.