Tagged "pastoring"

The New Testament Chur...

 Re-Blogged From Dewayne Dulaney Introduction In the previous article of the series, we looked at the answer given by God’s Holy Spirit to the question about salvation asked in Acts chapter 2 by some Jews visiting Jerusalem on the day of Pentecost. The Apostle Peter, chosen by Jesus as the one who would have the “keys to the kingdom of heaven” (Matthew 16:19) had just had the privilege of preaching the first Gospel sermon and thus, [ continue reading ]

Comments Off on The New Testament Church Part 6
The Blog, The Church
Pastoring in 21 Century

Common consensus holds that the role of the pastor has changed dramatically in the past few decades.  Despite the belief that the exclusive model for pastoring should be the New Testament church, the ministry has evolved into a functional role that bears little resemblance to the corresponding ministers of the first century.  The level of education, a radically different culture, affluence and the technology available to us today as opposed to the early church make [ continue reading ]

No Comments on Pastoring in 21 Century
Working with Volunteers

  Working with Volunteers – Part 1 Volunteers Are Our Job. As a church leader you need volunteers to accomplish the work you have been called to do. Without them the work will not get done. (Can you imagine the choir without the volunteers?) Volunteers are the driving force behind the work of the church. When we involve others, better ideas are generated and more work gets done. But volunteers are more than agents who [ continue reading ]

No Comments on Working with Volunteers
Valid XHTML 1.0 Transitional     © 2012 Power Up Ministries — All Rights Reserved.
Designed by Premium WordPress® Themes     Powered by WordPress®