For those in local church ministry, it is often a pressing matter to find the time to take care of their own souls. More often than not, pastors tend to prioritize sermon preparation and delivery as their primary tasks, when actually their first task should be their own spiritual health. This book is meant to encourage pastors to soul care before sermon preparation.

Endorsements

“Homiletical resources tend to emphasize the technical aspects of preaching to the neglect of the spiritual aspects. Campbell offers a much-needed course correction. This little book explores the relationship between spiritual disciplines and preaching, as well as the relationship between pastoral ministry and sermon delivery. This will be a gift to pastors and students of preaching for decades to come.”

Rhyne R. Putman, Associate Vice President for Academic Affairs, Williams Baptist University

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