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One in a Thousand: The Calling and Work of a Pastor (Hulse) - The Erroll Hulse Collection

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Erroll Hulse presents a clear Biblical model of what a pastor is—the qualities of the pastor are determined and a distinction made between pastor and elders. He shows, from the time of the Reformation to the present day, how that Biblical model is brought to life. This is a book that pastors and elders should read—but it also gives guidance and help to any church member, as eight biographical sketches are used; the first two from the Bible and the others from church history.


This is inspirational writing to encourage men labouring faithfully, whether in townships of Africa or great cities of Europe or America. Erroll writes in a pithy style with short sentences, giving the whole book a momentum which grips the reader.
IRVING STEGGLES, Formerly Pastor of Birchleigh Baptist Church, South Africa, Chairman of the Board of the London Theological Seminary
and Director of African Pastors Conferences

Erroll Hulse conducts us through a gallery of well-selected preachers from Paul and Luther down to men of recent times. This is a well written book with a message for us all today. It deserves to be widely read by all who love God’s cause.
MAURICE ROBERTS, Minister in the Free Church of Scotland
(Continuing), Inverness, Scotland.

About the Author

Erroll Hulse (1931-2017) was born in South Africa, graduated in architecture, and later studied at London Bible College. In 1957 he co-founded The Banner of Truth with Iain H. Murray. He was the founding editor of Reformation Today and was pastor of Cuckfield Baptist Church from 1962-1984. After that, he was primarily engaged in worldwide ministry, preaching at conferences and in churches in Asia, Europe, the Americas and Africa. He wrote many books, including Give Him No Rest: A Call to Prayer for Revival, Introduction to the Baptists, Testimony of Baptism, and Who Are the Puritans?