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JOB DESCRIPTION: Pastor

JOB DESCRIPTION: Pastor APOSTOLIC BIBLE CHURCH BLOOMINGTON, IN PASTOR: DAVID BEECHAM JOB DESCRIPTION TITLE: Pastor Job Qualifications 1. Must be filled with the Holy Ghost. 2. Must meet the qualifications for church membership. 3. Must be loyal to the Pastor. 4. Must be willing to work in harmony with others. 5. Must carry a burden […]

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The Most Overlooked Word In The Bible

By Stan Gleason Most people try to avoid conflict. In fact, if you enjoy conflict you may have a problem that requires some counseling. Wherever two or more people are involved, conflict is unavoidable, and since the redemption business is the people business, there will be conflict within the body of Christ. So the question […]

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The `Coach Approach’ For Leaders

By Jane Creswell The role of a leader is often perceived as having all the answers, but I’ve discovered that asking well-formed coaching questions produced much better results. After we started a coaching initiative in my area of responsibility at IBM, we doubled revenue five quarters in a row, broke recruiting records, and broke retention […]

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The Scriptural Approach To A Positive Attitude

By W.H. Cook PAUL’S BUILT-IN SUCCESS IMAGE I have no trouble wondering if God wants me to succeed. The cross is proof enough for me. Our feelings are revealed by our actions. -John Haggai Every Christian prefers Feeling No. 1. Every Christian wants that mountain-top feeling, the feeling of excitement! Happiness is to be excited! Is this a […]

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The Scriptural Approach To A Positive Attitude

By W.H. Cook PAUL’S BUILT-IN SUCCESS IMAGE I have no trouble wondering if God wants me to succeed. The cross is proof enough for me. Our feelings are revealed by our actions. -John Haggai Every Christian prefers Feeling No. 1. Every Christian wants that mountain-top feeling, the feeling of excitement! Happiness is to be excited! Is this a […]

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The Art Of Decision Making

By Robert E. Bingham Decision is choosing between the alternatives in order to accomplish the objective in the most effective way. A Case Study Jimmy Jones is a home missionary in the inner city. Prepared. Committed. A hard worker. He has a vision for the ministry of the mission center to change the lives of persons in the community. […]

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How To Make A Decision

By: Olan Hendrix Article 1 Every day the frustrated pastor turned from his work to watch the 3:10 train roar through town. The reason for his fascination, he explained, was that the train was the only thing in town that moved without him pushing it. That unfortunate pastor may well have been caught in the trap of “excessive group […]

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Pastoral Leadership And Growth;…Are They Related?

By: Lyle E. Schaller Two hotly disputed concepts in the church growth movement are (1) the homogeneous unit principle, which suggests that the natural and easiest way for a congregation to grow is to focus on unchurched people who closely resemble the existing membership, and (2) the emphasis on the critical role of a dynamic, growth-oriented, aggressive pastor who is […]

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