God in Everyday Life: The Book of Ruth for Expositors and Biblical Counselors by Eric Kress
God in Everyday Life combines a few of the varied elements and styles of different types of study aids into one resource, in order to facilitate the biblical exposition and application of the book of Ruth. This is an expositional commentary, along with tools to help apply the biblical text.
“Unique! That’s what it is. A book on counseling from Ruth. Moreover, it’s really two books in one, by two authors. Those who look for several commentaries rather than one can begin here with two. There are many helpful ideas in this double-barreled volume. You’ll want to get it to find out how to counsel from Ruth—won’t you?”––Jay Adams, Founder of NANC, The Institute for Nouthetic Studies, author, and pastor
Biblical counselors like clear explanation of the Scriptures with practical application to the issues of life and living. Readers will get both in this helpful book.—Randy Patten Executive Director, National Association of Nouthetic Counselors
You will find this practical commentary provides a faithful synthesis of the original text and concrete theological application that will be an asset to every Christian and pastor. While highlighting the broader theological significance, the authors have captured the essence of the book of Ruth so well that it will become a favorite among pastoral counselors.—John D. Street Chair, MABC Graduate Program, The Master’s College and Seminary
Eric Kress is a graduate of The Master’s Seminary in Sun Valley, California. Brad Brandt has served as pastor-teacher at Wheelersburg Baptist Church in Wheelersburg, Ohio since 1987. He is a graduate