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Why free? I didn’t write this book to make money. I wrote it to encourage hurting pastors. I’m hoping that by giving it away it will get in the hands of more people. So, please pass this link along to your friends.
You can jump down to the bottom of this page to download your free copy. However, if you want a quick peek at what the book is about, keep reading.
When pastors respond to God’s call, most think they will save the world, but too often they end up on the backside of a desert, what the Bible refers to as “exile.” That’s not the worst thing. In many ways, exile is a rite of passage: a preparation for ministry to come. But too often pastors get stuck in exile. Rather than exile being a time of spiritual growth and intimacy with God, it becomes a time of disillusionment and despair, with no clue how to reclaim their lives or ministry. It doesn’t have to be that way.
In Out of Exile, F. Remy Diederich looks at the losses all pastors face in ministry, how the losses create a feeling of “exile,” and then shows how to return from that exile. It is set up as a 40-day devotional journey: short essays followed by questions to help you move through your time of loss to a place of restoration and renewal. If you have suffered a significant life or ministry setback this book might be what God uses to help you make a comeback. If you’ve given up hope, let God use this book to breath life back into you.
What Do Pastors Think of “Out of Exile”?
Here is one review off of amazon.com:
As someone who knows quite personally the pain of exile, I found this book to be exactly the gentle salve I needed. I stumbled upon Diederich’s writing quite accidentally, but it was the best accident I’ve ever experienced. His writings offered deeply biblical perspective for overcoming the ministry hurts I’d experienced, and renewed my perspective on how God might orchestrate a comeback through exile.
Let me be blunt… I hated those who had railroaded me, had just about given up on God, couldn’t imagine another day in ministry, was deeply skeptical of the local church… but God used Remy to save my soul. I forgave my offenders, forgave myself, and recalibrated. I’m back in ministry, due in large part to the writings you’ll find in this book.
Am I overstating? Not if you knew my story. Thank you, Remy, and thank you, God, for excellent writing that offers hope and perspective when ministry gets the best of you. I’m on the comeback trail.
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For your convenience, I have set up three options for you to download my free ebook.
- Nearly every computer, smartphone and tablet can read a PDF file and so I have placed that as the first downloading option. Download the PDF File Here!
- The second downloading option is for the Kindle version of Out of Exile. Because every Kindle reading device has different ways of side loading a program, I suggest you download this file on your desktop first and then consult your devices instruction manual as to how to load your Kindle book onto your Kindle reader. Download the Kindle File Here!
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