This Hardcover Edition of Bradley Jersak, Wm. Paul Young's The Pastor: A Crisis is autographed on a bookplate by Bradley Jersak, Wm. Paul Young.
Crisis! An explosive public meltdown. A violent incident in the psychiatric ward.
Now the Pastor stares into the abyss of his own secret shame. Before he can be free, he must confront his demons and find grace. But will he let go? Will he allow himself to be healed?
The Pastor explores the perilous human journey from self-will and striving through defeat and despair to hope and the redemption found only through surrender.
Trigger Warning: Mature Themes
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- Pages: 144 pages
- Publisher: Cappella Books
- Release Date: September 01, 2020
- ISBN-13: 9781732741751
- Edition: Autographed Hardcover Edition
About The Author
Bradley Jersak (PhD) While Bradley Jersak is not the Pastor in this novel, he has faced the reality of his own ministry meltdown. Twelve years into his healing journey, he enjoys the goodness of waking up to God's unfailing love.
His written works include theology (Her Gates Will Never Be Shut and IN: Incarnation & Inclusion), political science (From the Cave to the Cross), spirituality; Can You Hear Me?) and children's books (Children, Can You Hear Me? and Jesus Showed Us ). The Pastor: A Crisis is his first fiction title. Brad now serves as Dean of Theology & Culture at St. Stephen's University in New Brunswick. He and his wife Eden live in Abbotsford, Canada.
Paul Young Wm. Paul Young is a Canadian author of the novels, The Shack, Cross Roads, and Eve, and non-fiction Lies We Believe About God.
He was raised among a stone-age tribe by his missionary parents in the highlands of what was Netherlands New Guinea, now West Papua. He suffered great loss as a child and young adult, and now enjoys the wastefulness of grace with his growing family in the Pacific Northwest.
In Paul's words, "Facts never tell real stories and also do not speak to the potency of love and forgiveness, the arduous road of reconciliation, the surprises of grace and community, of transformational healing and the unexpected emergence of joy."