Wednesday, June 1, 2011

The Shepherd's Heart by Ian Moilliet - new book by a BC shepherd - The Shepherd's Heart by Ian Moilliet

The Shepherd’s Heart
Ian Moilliet


6 x 9 - 176 Pages

“Ministering with Ian Moilliet since 1994 I have observed him shepherding his natural and spiritual sheep. Therefore, I believe that this writing contains more than words about shepherding.As you read this book, you will hear the spirit and heart of a true shepherd expressed with passion. Your spirit will be empowered.”
—Arlo A. Johnson
Founding pastor of Westsyde Family Fellowship
Prince George, British Columbia

“Whether you see yourself as a sheep or a shepherd in God’s flock—be prepared for a paradigm shift.”
—Pastor O.J. Zerbin
Lead Pastor Calvary Community Church
Edmonton, Alberta

“With over thirty-five years as both a pastor and a sheep rancher, Ian Moilliet parallels his personal experience in both roles to bring fresh insights in the development of a pastor’s heart.”
—Pastor Mark Hughes
Church of the Rock
Winnipeg, Manitoba

“New in the ministry, or for long time shepherds of God’s flock, Ian Moilliet’s book is a most useful tool. Written with passion and insight, it is a “must-read.”
—The Rev. Earl C. Gerber
retired Anglican Minister

About the Author
Over the years of shepherding his flock and pastoring his church, Ian began to see the similarities between the two kinds of sheep. This book is the result.
Ian has lived his entire life on Aveley Ranch. He is the third generation to carry on in the family sheep business on the 105-year-old ranch. His grandfather, Theodore Albert Moilliet, homesteaded in 1906 and started with sheep in 1913. His father, John, carried on what his father began. Ian began pastoring Vavenby Christian Church in 1976 and continues to this day.
Ian married Karen Scruggs in May 1974. Together they have raised seven children. They continue to live on Aveley Ranch near the village of Vavenby, British Columbia, Canada.
ISBN: 978-1-55452-654-3
  • EBN: 644
  • 272 Units in Stock
  • Published By: Essence Publishing

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