The Moses Way: A Pastor-Directed Model to Address Conflict offers advice to pastors in all areas of ministry. Experience and research are clear, when pastors are criticized and attacked, they are wounded and pained. Often not sure what to do, some quit their ministry, while others leave it altogether, but most endure for the long haul. Pastors want answers, and Moses provides that solution.
Based on Moses’ example in the wilderness and pastor’s experience, Dr. Gib Allen’s research has led him to craft together a comprehensive Pastor-Directed Model to assist pastors to successfully address conflict in a way that brings peace to their lives, their families, their ministries, and glorifies God.
Gib has served in ministry for 42 years, starting as an associate pastor and then as lead pastor of 6 churches. His education includes a BA & BTh, MDiv, DMin & research Diss in how Moses handled the conflict in the wilderness. He has been a professor of New Testament and Greek and has been a Pastoral Min Chaplain.Gib loves to spend time with his wife, children, and grandchildren. He loves good food, fishing, playing golf, reading, and writing. Additionally, Gib loves to preach, teach, and lead.