Books By Glenn Daman
When Shepherds Weep
The purpose of this book is to help pastors regain their spiritual perspective in the trials of ministry by understanding how suffering is used by God to develop the pastor and the church. It comes along wounded pastors to offer comfort and encouragement
The Lighthouse: Discovering Security in the Radiance of God's Character
How do we find comfort and security in an insecure world? The Lighthouse strives to answer these questions by providing encouragement to those who are facing trials and adversity by directing them to a fresh perspective of God.The purpose of this book is not to paint a rose-colored picture of life, but to see the trials of life through the lens of God's character so that will not only have a better understanding of why we suffer but also of the one who created the universe and continues to guide our daily lives. The Lighthouse provides a 20-week exploration of God's character through daily devotionals to encourage the reader in their trust in an infinite God.
The Forgotten Church
Whether it’s because of the 2016 Presidential election or books like “Hillbilly Elegy,” Americans are beginning to understand the tremendous influence people in rural areas have in our nation. But rural America—not urban America—is also the new center of poverty. Thus, the rural church stands at the crossroads of strength and struggle. It carries the gospel, the very hope and power needed. Yet its ministry efforts are hamstrung because urban and suburban churches often don’t realize their need for rural churches, and the rural church itself rarely understands its unique assets and values. The Forgotten Churchaddresses these problems and:
provides an overview of rural ministry
explores opportunities recent trends provide
showcases the remarkable benefits of suburban, urban, and rural churches working together
This book is essential for any pastor—whether from the city or the sticks—because we are one body and we need each other.