Now to God Who Is Able
Vocation, Justice, and Ministry: Essays in Honor of Mark Labberton
Foreword by M. Craig Barnes
Afterword by David Emmanuel Goatley
Imprint: Pickwick Publications
Neal D. Presa is associate professor of preaching and worship and vice president of student affairs and vocational outreach at New Brunswick Theological Seminary and affiliate associate professor of preaching at Fuller Theological Seminary. He is the author of Worship, Justice, and Joy (Cascade, 2023).
Anne E. Zaki is assistant professor of preaching and practical theology at the Evangelical Theological Seminary in Cairo, Egypt, and affiliate professor at Fuller Theological Seminary.
“From a richly diverse group of authors—not for the sake of performance but because this is how the transformative work of God always plays out—this volume seeks to carry forward the vast impact of Mark Labberton. Through the exegesis of the Scriptures, revelation of history, and thoughtful construction of theology, readers will hear their deepest questions articulated and be challenged and inspired to become part of the answers God is bringing about.”
—Amy Peeler, professor of New Testament, Wheaton College
“Now to God Who Is Able is not only a fitting tribute to an extraordinary servant of the gospel, Mark Labberton, but also a most fitting tribute to our triune God who gives himself to us in that same gospel. Neal Presa and Anne Zaki deserve our thanks for assembling an exceptional collection of essays written by Mark’s friends and colleagues, organized in both trinitarian and prophetic terms, calling us to follow Mark’s example, as he follows the example of Christ. Highly recommended!”
—Todd Wilson, co-founder and president, Center for Pastor Theologians