The Pastor-evangelist in Worship

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Westminster John Knox Press, 1986 M01 1 - 216 páginas

The role of the pastor as worship leader and preacher takes on additional significance when viewed in the context of evangelism. Building on the foundation laid in his earlier book The Pastor as Evangelist, Richard Stoll Armstrong provides practical, down-to-earth guidance for the minister who wants to participate more fully in the church's mission of evangelism.

 

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Preface
9
Part One The PastorEvangelist as Worship Leader
13
Preliminary Considerations
15
The Sunday Worship Service
22
The Sacraments
45
Weddings
54
Funerals
61
Ordination and Installation Services
74
Preaching the Sermon
109
Presenting the Gospel
123
Prizing the Pulpit
149
Appendixes A The Integrity of Evangelism
161
B Evaluating Your Church Bulletin
174
Scriptural Reflections Childs Memorial Service
178
Scriptural Reflections Armstrong Memorial
184
F A Tomb Landmarks in the Life of Christ
192

Part Two The PastorEvangelist as Preacher
83
Preparing the Preacher
85
Planning the Preaching
92
G Who He?
198
Index
209
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Richard Stoll Armstrongis the Ralph B. and Helen S. Ashenfelter Professor Emeritus of Ministry and Evangelism at Princeton Theological Seminary in Princeton, New Jersey. Immediately prior to joining the Princeton faculty, Armstrong served as Pastor of Second Presbyterian Church in Indianapolis, Indiana. He is the author of several books.

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