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Mondays with My Old Pastor

Mondays with My Old Pastor Sometimes All We Need Is a Reminder from Someone Who Has Walked Before Us

By José Navajo
Published by Thomas Nelson

Average Blogger Rating: 4.43 Stars

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On 5/16 Stacy E. wrote: This works on both inspirational and emotional levels. The regular visits reward both visitor and visited. The young pastor has a trusted sounding board with whom he can discuss his challenges, and the old pastor has the experience of company and of sharing his experience and wisdom with the younger ... Mondays with my Old Pastor

Stacy E.'s Rating:

5 Stars

On 4/12 kelseyregan wrote: I got this book called “Mondays with My Old Pastor” by Jose Luis Navajo almost a year ago, and it was just laying around the house until this week when I finally decided to read it. Picking it up was a choice that will impact the rest of my life as a Christian. I couldn’t’ put it down once I ... "Mondays with my Old Pastor" Review

kelseyregan's Rating:

5 Stars

On 1/21 The Phone Tree Bible Study Group wrote: “…beautiful thoughts and valuable lessons,” these are the words that best sum up this book. From the beginning, I loved how the author candidly spoke about his strange exhaustion, his response to it, and his approach to dealing with it. I could relate to his words so well: “Deep in some uncertain ... Mondays with My Old Pastor

The Phone Tree Bible Study Group's Rating:

5 Stars

On 1/15 Pastor Al wrote: Summary “Mondays with My Old Pastor” is a timely book written to give hope and encouragement to ministers who have burnt-out, or who are burning out. and can be of help to anyone who has ever felt they can’t do anything right, don’t know anything helpful, and are not useful to anyone. It gives ... One of those rare books that changes your life forever

Pastor Al's Rating:

5 Stars

On 1/15 Mary Clewley wrote: This is a beautifully written book about the struggles of a young pastor while on the spiritual journey of becoming. He turns to his beloved "old pastor" who is gentle and loving and who teaches him through his life example. The young pastor is enamored by the wisdom of this wise mentor and by what he ... Mondays With My Old Pastor

Mary Clewley's Rating:

5 Stars

On 12/30 Scott Volltrauer wrote: Mondays with My Old Pastor by José Navajo Posted on Wednesday, December 26, 2012 in Emotional, How To, Relational, Reviews, Spiritual, Values “Sometimes, all we need is a reminder from someone who has walked before us.” José Navajo was a young burned-out preacher. While spending Mondays with ... Burnout Buster

Scott's Rating:

5 Stars

On 12/8 homeschoolmom24 wrote: My Review: Jose has been a minister for about ten years when he begins to feel like he should just throw in the towel. And then his wife urges him to go and speak with his pastor about it before he decides to give up on the calling that God has placed on his life. So the young minister decides maybe ... Review: Mondays With My Old Pastor by:Jose' Navajo

homeschoolmom24's Rating:

5 Stars

On 12/6 Brandon Weldy wrote: I saw this book was up for review on booksneeze.com and I knew immediately that I needed to receive it. I've recently become very aware of how much I need the presence in my life of people who have "gone before." There is such wisdom in those who have lived a full life and have spent time contemplating ... Book Review of Mondays With My Old Pastor

Brandon's Rating:

5 Stars

On 12/3 Brandy Corona wrote: The title, right off the bat, reminded me of "Tuesday's with Morrie" which I LOVE. I find that the older generation does not get enough credit for all the insightful wisdom they have stored. I really love these types of nonfiction book. This book is a wonderful and refreshing look that pastors, just ... Monday's gives you new insights

Brandy's Rating:

5 Stars

On 10/20 Lesa Brackbill wrote: "Mondays With My Old Pastor" by José Luis Navajo is a young pastor's reflection on the lessons that he learned by spending time being mentored by his "old pastor" during a rough season of his ministry. He spends several hours each Monday for fifteen weeks learning from the immense wisdom of this man ... Powerful. Reflective. Encouraging. Convicting.

Lesa's Rating:

5 Stars