Item description for The Work of the Ministerial Staff by James Hudson...
Overview This book gives ministerial staff the basic training requirements in ministry. It reveals what 'a fledgling minister or dedicated Christian worker can do to help build a vital and rewarding ministry. Areas of discussion include: a description of the offices held on the ministerial staff, the organizational structure and governance of the local church, what a ministerial staff is and does, leadership qualifications, goal setting and decision-making, counseling techniques and strategies, and the fundamental doctrine of the Christian church. This book addresses issues that are important in the church today and that will impact the church in the future. It will help you understand your role in Christian ministry. James Hudson exhorts us to take a good look at ourselves. Are we doing everything we can to be the servants we ought to be? Can we perform at a higher level and have a richer praise and a more sincere devotion? Read this book and discover what you can do to improve your walk with Christ and be a better servant to a world where unconditional love is a premium. Become more effective in ministering to others and challenge yourself to be the chosen vessel that Christ has established in your heart.
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Studio: Xulon Press
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 11.02" Width: 8.32" Height: 0.32" Weight: 0.81 lbs.
Release Date Oct 31, 2003
Publisher Xulon Press
ISBN 1591609690 ISBN13 9781591609698
Availability 0 units.
More About James Hudson
Hudson is a Senior Instructor for Network Enterprise Technologies, a Mircrosoft Solution Provider Partner in Tulsa Oklahoma.
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Outstanding Apr 27, 2004
This book gives good information to a person starting out in ministry service. With information on counseling and leadership alone, it really is a must have reference for new ministers and lay leaders. I liked the idea that it is easy to read, direct and that Hudson really gets to the point. I recommend it as a great ministry tool for church staff.