Am I Called? (Basics of the Faith)
Robertson, George W.
“P&R is to be commended for this series of booklets that are intentionally biblical and Reformed in content. They will enable Christians to better understand and appreciate the topics. 'Readability,' 'reliability,' and 'to the point' best describe each booklet.”See All
“Those who teach and lead will love these booklets because they are a perfect resource to share with inquirers and to use in discipleship. Church members will love them because they supply meaty and understandable instruction in important aspects of Christian doctrine, duty, and devotion.”See All
“Ultimately inspiring. This gem on assessing ones calling to the ministry . . . will provide sound guidance and joyful affirmation.”See All
Senior Pastor of Grace Presbyterian Church, Peoria, Illinois; President emeritus at Covenant Theological Seminary; author of Christ–Centered Preaching and Christ–Centered Worship.
“Highly readable and intuitively pastoral. . . . Anyone considering seminary should read this. In fact, it would be highly advisable for seasoned preachers to renew their passion for their sacred calling by ... read[ing] it too.”See All
Michael A. Milton
Reformed Theological Seminary
How can you be sure of a call to pastoral ministry? What qualifications do you need? What exactly are you being called to?
Answering a call means dedicating your life to service through preaching and pastoring—duties vital to the church. George Robertson explores the implications these tasks with input from pastors throughout the ages. Having considered these, you can carefully test and explore your call and evaluate your gifts in this area.