Item description for The Associate Pastor: Second Chair, Not Second Best by Martin E. Hawkins & Kelli Sallman...
Overview Like musicians in an orchestra, skilled staff colleagues complement and harmonize with senior ministers to create a symphony of service to the body of Christ. Longtime associate pastor Hawkins affirms God's priority in calling assistants to their task; lays out biblical models to follow; and encourages a re-evaluation of the role in local congregations. 208 pages, softcover from Broadman & Holman.
Publishers Description Like the second-chair position in an orchestra, a well-prepared associate pastor complements and harmonizes with the senior pastor's ministry to create an exquisite symphony. Yet more often than not, we consider the position of "second fiddle" second rate. How long will we let the growing number of assistant and associate pastors struggle to recognize their significance within the church? Martin Hawkins feels he is fulfilling his calling by faithfully serving in the role of associate pastor, and this book affirms the role of the assistant pastor as a God-honoring ministry worthy of a calling and lifetime of service.
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Studio: B&H Books
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 7.98" Width: 5.72" Height: 0.53" Weight: 0.5 lbs.
Release Date Nov 1, 2005
Publisher Broadman And Holman
ISBN 080544064X ISBN13 9780805440645
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Reviews - What do customers think about Associate Pastor?
Learning The Ropes Sep 21, 2006
For those who are entering into this level of ministry, this book is a MUST. I'm not even finished reading but I've been truly enlighted. It's hard figuring out what your role in ministry may be while others who may not even be on the search for direction from God scrutinize and say who and what an associate Pastor is supposed to do and be. This book is helping the scales be removed from my eyes and also allowing me to realize what it is that I was "designed by God" to do! Not necessarily what people expect but what God Himself expects and accepts.