The first book I'd like to suggest that you read is called: "Just Do Something: A Liberating Approach to Finding God's Will" by Kevin DeYoung. I love the book's alternate title as well - "How to make a decision without dreams, visions, fleeces, impressions, open doors, random Bible verses, casting lots, liver shivers, writing in the sky, etc." It is a really short and easy read. In thinking through decisions in my own life, I found it really helpful.
Here are some quotes that will give you an idea of the book's main points:
"So here’s the real heart of the matter: Does God have a secret will of direction that He expects us to figure out before we do anything? And the answer is no. Yes, God has a specific plan for our lives. And yes, we can be assured that He works things for our good in Christ Jesus. And yes, looking back we will often be able to trace God’s hand in bringing us to where we are. But while we are free to ask God for wisdom, He does not burden us with the task of divining His will of direction for our lives ahead of time."
"God is not a Magic 8-Ball we shake up and peer into whenever we have a decision to make. He is a good God who gives us brains, shows us the way of obedience, and invites us to take risks for Him. We know God has a plan for our lives. That’s wonderful. The problem is we think He’s going to tell us the wonderful plan before it unfolds. We feel like we can know—and need to know—what God wants every step of the way. But such preoccupation with finding God’s will, as well-intentioned as the desire may be, is more folly than freedom. The better way is the biblical way: Seek first the kingdom of God, and then trust that He will take care of our needs, even before we know what they are and where we’re going."
"Obsessing over the future is not how God wants us to live, because showing us the future is not God’s way. His way is to speak to us in the Scriptures and transform us by the renewing of our minds. His way is not a crystal ball. His way is wisdom. We should stop looking for God to reveal the future to us and remove all risk from our lives. We should start looking to God—His character and His promises—and thereby have confidence to take risks for His name’s sake."
One of my passions is caring for pastors and helping them to live balanced lives where they get enough exercise, enough rest, enough accountability, enough financial support and enough prayer. I love guiding pastors and encouraging them. This book can help you to care for your pastor of your own church.
The book is short; you can probably read the whole thing in 1 or 2 hours. The book wasn't exactly what I expected. Some things in the book are obvious, like that pastors need adequate incomes to take care of their families. But there are many things in the book that you've probably never considered. For example, he explained why most pastors want you to have high expectations of them, and in which ways. If you have interest in making the lives of your pastor/pastors a little bit better so that it is a joy for them to serve you, think about giving this book a quick read.