Pastor Clark has dedicated his life to explaining biblical truth in clear, practical ways and to solving spiritual problems in the life of the church.
Dr. Philip Ryken, President of Wheaton College
You are simply a brilliant writer! Reading your messages brightens my day.
You have a really great sense of humor, and I find your writing style quite entertaining. And in our current state of social distancing, I welcome your emails all the more.
I am a small-town Southern boy (South Carolina) whose primary ministry years were in a Northern city (Philadelphia). I have pastored churches from thirty members to over fifteen hundred. An English major at the University of South Carolina, I completed graduate studies with an M. Div. at Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary north of Boston. My most formative years as pastor and writer were serving as Executive Minister of Tenth Presbyterian Church in Philadelphia under James Montgomery Boice. The books, What Matters and Ministry That Encourages come from that experience. My sermons, homilies, and devotions were crafted under Dr. Boice's influence. Through the necessity of communicating in a large church environment (blog and weekly e-letters) I developed my conversational writing style.
Ministry That Encourages (previously Speaking the Truth in Love)
Literature should give us new sight. That’s just what results when one reads the superbly crafted Gospel Stories of Marion Clark. One gets an incredible sense of what the arrival of Jesus meant to an extraordinary array of human beings. (Sam Logan, Associate International Director, The World Reformed Fellowship)
This has become a yearly read. I wish there were more practical, well-written books that can be applied to each of our lives, not just for the ministry leader but for anyone that wants to better live our Ephesians 4. (TJ Kimmel, Executive Director of CORE Missions)
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