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Before You Go: A Few Sneaky-Good Questions Every Minister Must Answer Before Moving to a New Church

Before You Go: A Few Sneaky-Good Questions Every Minister Must Answer Before Moving to a New Church

Who should read Before You Go?

1. All Minister/Pastor types who are thinking about changing churches.
While written from the perspective a Lead Pastor, it will also be a helpful read for ministers filling other staff roles.

2. Members of search teams looking to improve their search process.
It will give search teams insights into what candidates may be thinking throughout the process, as well as some deeper questions to explore during the interview.

3. Ministers who have recently moved to a new church.
Much of what is in the book applies to the first year of ministry at a new church too.

4. Church leaders: Elders, Deacons, Staff, Ministry Leaders, and Volunteers.
Staff transitions are a critical aspect of church life. Every church leader needs to be aware of the behind-the-scenes complexities described in Before You Go.

5. Anyone making a career transition.
Many of the principles in this book apply to other professions and organizations.Who should read Before You Go?

1. All Minister/Pastor types who are thinking about changing churches.
While written from the perspective a Lead Pastor, it will also be a helpful read for ministers filling other staff roles.

2. Members of search teams looking to improve their search process.
It will give search teams insights into what candidates may be thinking throughout the process, as well as some deeper questions to explore during the interview.

3. Ministers who have recently moved to a new church.
Much of what is in the book applies to the first year of ministry at a new church too.

4. Church leaders: Elders, Deacons, Staff, Ministry Leaders, and Volunteers.
Staff transitions are a critical aspect of church life. Every church leader needs to be aware of the behind-the-scenes complexities described in Before You Go.

5. Anyone making a career transition.
Many of the principles in this book apply to other professions and organizations.

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Church moving to Congress Street

Church moving to Congress Street
Mike Day and Lionel Parent of M & L Home Improvements, Rumford, prepare the interior of the former Family Dollar store on Congress Street for finish work to be done by members of the Praise Assembly of God Church.
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Church ‘too Christian’
IMMIGRATION officials ordered a citizenship ceremony be moved from a church hall – because the venue may offend non-Christians.
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Iraq probes church raid; says attackers disguised
BAGHDAD, Nov 2 – Iraq launched an investigation today into a church raid in which 52 hostages and police were killed, trying to find out how al Qaeda-linked gunmen managed to storm the building despite checkpoints, an official said. Sunday’s attack was the bloodiest against Iraq’s Christian minority since the 2003 US-led invasion, and drove fear …
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Moving from Fear to a Future as Stewards of the Earth



New York, NY (Vocus) August 2, 2010

Odyssey Networks’ “Faith at the Gulf”, a series of on-the-ground video profiles of local faith leaders responding to the spiritual crisis in the coastal communities of Mississippi wrought by the BP Deepwater Horizon spill, continues this week on www.odysseynetworks.org. Featured in the latest edition is Rev. Harold F. Roberts, pastor of the historic Episcopal Church of the Redeemer in Biloxi.

In the fourth of this series of five video reports, Rev. Roberts focuses on the role of individuals as stewards of the earth and the role that faith must play in changing behavior in order to protect the environment. “How are you going to move people from fear to a sense that we have a future? I don’t think business can do it. I don’t think the politicians can do it. I think it’s faith-based,” he told Odyssey’s crew.

Rev. Roberts’ Episcopal Church of the Redeemer, which was founded in 1847, has suffered destruction from both Hurricane Camille in 1969 and Hurricane Katrina in 2005. The latest test, the oil spill, has left many parishioners with an even greater sense of helplessness than the great storms of the past.

All of the “Faith at the Gulf” video reports can be viewed at www.odysseynetworks.org.

About Odyssey Networks

Odyssey Networks is the nation’s largest multi-faith coalition dedicated to producing and distributing media that promotes peace and tolerance and addresses issues of social justice. Established in 1987, Odyssey Networks is a service of the National Interfaith Cable Coalition, Inc. For more information visit www.odysseynetworks.org.

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