Tag: Zondervan Reflective

Bri Stensrud

We feed the poor, but do we know them?

21st Annual Outreach Resources of the Year

The Outreach Resources of the Year honors the past year’s best books that emphasize outreach-oriented ideas. You will discover valuable tools that belong on your bookshelf, that you will reach for time and again as they enhance your effectiveness in ministry through the years.

John K. Jenkins Sr.

True and lasting success in ministry is not a quick fix.

Judy Cha

When Christ Becomes a real person in our lives as we internalize the gospel, our preoccupation with ourselves and our subsequent striving for an identity will gradually diminish.

What Do You Worship?

It’s simple. You were not designed to be the center point of your own psyche.

Thaddeus J. Williams

This book shows that self-worship is a lie and that a life centered on God is truly satisfying.

20th Annual Outreach Resources of the Year: Counseling and Relationships

About 20% of those who lose a loved one experience an unrelenting mental health condition known as “complicated grief.” Of course, these numbers do not even touch the grief resulting from job loss, the pandemic and other bereavements. Grief abounds. That’s why Tim Challies’ Seasons of Sorrow is particularly relevant for anyone in ministry and counseling.