“Rather than be fearful about the end, Hartman asks the church to unite around the essentials and be about the work of the gospel with hope and assurance rather than anxiety. This introduction to the hope of eschatology will be a welcome resource for pastors and laity.”
“This is a solid book. ... For anyone who is overwhelmed or confused when thinking about how the world ends, I’d recommend this as a helpful resource and starting place.”
Dayton Hartman is the Lead Pastor at Redeemer Church in Rocky Mount, NC.
He also serves as an adjunct professor for a number of schools including Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary and Columbia International University.
Hartman attended Liberty University where he earned an M.A. of Global Apologetics and holds a PhD in Church and Dogma History from North-West University. He is a regular contributor to For the Church and The Intersect Project.
Dayton and his wife Rebekah live in North Carolina with their three sons, Jude, Gavin, and Ransom.
Lies Pastors Believe
Seven Ways to Elevate Yourself, Subvert the Gospel, and Undermine the Church
In Lies Pastors Believe, pastor and professor Dayton Hartman takes aim at lies he has faced in his own ministry and seen other pastors struggle with. With a winsome and engaging style, Hartman shows current and future pastors why these lies are so tempting, the damage they can do, and how they can be resisted by believing and applying the truth of the gospel.Learn more
Church History for Modern Ministry
Why Our Past Matters for Everything We Do
Many Christians believe that church history belongs in the past. Pastor Dayton Hartman disagrees. He argues that church history is not old news, but a tradition that brings depth and vitality to today’s ministry. In Church History for Modern Ministry, Hartman explores the importance of church history and its relevance for addressing contemporary church issues. He discusses the impact of the early church fathers and the value of incorporating the creeds into weekly worship.Learn more