Video Rating: 3 / 5
Video Rating: 3 / 5
(2 VHS Videos) Whether your congregation numbers 50 or 5,000, you need to pause right now and ask yourself: Do I know what God wants to do through me and my church in the coming Decade of Harvest? This 2 hours video presentation is designed to help today’s pastor grow his church during the coming years of harvest. It relates five major steps that will prove invaluable to you and the growth of your church. A dynamic tool for use as we begin working together for a great time of harvest.
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Price: $ 99.00
Whether they leave out of preference for another ministry or due to serious conflict, pastors who relinquish parish ministry face misunderstanding and even hostility. Pastors in Transition brings clarity to this little-examined aspect of the pastorate by examining the main reasons why pastors in five Protestant denominations have left parish ministry. The fruit of careful sociological research, Pastors in Transition presents the findings of the largest-ever study of recently ended ministries. More than 900 ex-ministers, representing the Assemblies of God, the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America, the Lutheran Church-Missouri Synod, the Presbyterian Church (USA), and the United Methodist Church, were surveyed or interviewed. Besides gathering facts and figures, the book contains personal stories, forthright opinions, and concrete recommendations from former pastors for strengthening parish ministry in the future.
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Funeral services for Helene Marian Nelson, of Albert Lea, will be held at 10:30 a.m. Tuesday at the Calvary Baptist Church in Albert Lea. The Rev. Robert Weniger will officiate.
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Lenten lunches bring together church congregations in Mount Airy
JoAnn Beck listens to fellow Mount Airy resident Elaine Dean as she shares a story with their table during an April 5 Lenten Luncheon at Calvary United Methodist Church in Mount Airy. Congregations from various area churches meet every week during Lent for food and fellowship.
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Center gets Irish Leaping Lulu BRIGHAM CITY — The Fine Arts Center’s Music in the City series for November presents Leaping Lulu. The neo-Irish ensemble plays at 7:30 p.m. Nov. 19 at the center, 58 S. 100 West. no read more
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Miranda Lambert shines at CMAs
Brad Paisley claimed the top prize of entertainer of the year at the Country Music Awards on Wednesday, but it was Miranda Lambert who was the big winner with three honours including best female vocalist and album of the year for “Revolution”.
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Lou Reed helps Susan Boyle make ‘Perfect Day’
Rock singer Lou Reed recently helped Susan Boyle film a music video for her rendition of his 1972 hit ‘Perfect Day’.
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Question by Neil: Always told my religion was church of England, should I start going to a local church?
My family have a christian background, but I have never been to church. Should I start going to a local church?
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INFORMATION AND ASSISTANCE – “STAYING INDEPENDENT” FAIR: Senior Information and Assistance and Olympic Area Agency on Aging Nursing Services are hosting a free “Staying Independent” Fair on Thursday Oct. 28, 9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. at River of Life Fellowship, 308 W. King Street, Aberdeen. The fair…
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Ex-pastor admits to theft from Sands casino in Bethlehem
A former Bethlehem pastor accused of sexually assaulting two girls has pleaded guilty in another criminal case he faced: stealing from Sands Casino Resort Bethlehem while working there.
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DeSoto County Bulletin Board: November 3, 2010
Hinds Chapel UMC, 5105 Church Road, is holding its annual Fall Soup Day Saturday from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
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Nov. 3 Eureka Crime Watch will hold its regular monthly meeting at 1:30 p.m. at the Eureka United Methodist Church. Special guest will be Mildred ISD Assistant Superintendent Becky Burns. Final plans will be made for the annual christmas project. The public is invited to attend. Refreshments will be served.
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Chemung church’s growth casts off debt
At a time when many churches, especially rural ones, face financial hardship and dwindling membership, the Chemung Christian Fellowship Church recently completed an expansion that nearly tripled its size.
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Nance Movsesian, 80, longtime publicist, Boston theater manager
Nance Movsesian always dreamed of having a career on the stage. As a child growing up in the Bradford section of Haverhill, she appeared before church groups, women’s groups, and fraternal orders with monologues she would create and dramatize.
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Local pastors return from Brazil
Emmanuel Fellowship Church’s worship pastor, Mindy von Atzigen, and children’s pastor, Lorin Lopez, recently returned from a 13-day mission trip to Brazil.
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Cowboys, farmers, folks ‘with mud on their shoes’ at home at Open Range Fellowship
It’s called a cowboy church, but you don’t have to ride horses — or even like church — to attend. People who come consider themselves outsiders to the stained-glass window churches, and many live by the old Western tune “Don’t Fence Me In.”
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Church Services for October 23
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Local church to get sneak peek of new film
HUNTINGTON — One local church is getting a sneak peek of a yet-to-be-released movie, and it is passing the opportunity on to the community this weekend.
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Russian Orthodox Church probes reports of child abuse in convent
The Russian Orthodox Church has sent a representative to the central Vladimir Region to investigate reports of child abuse, a church official said Thursday.
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Church wants to beautify characters
SALISBURY — Conversation about Seventh-day Adventist Church with Pastor Ken Scheller is friendly, a flowing exchange peppered with references to the Holy Bible, quoted chapter and verse, often with a well-worn copy in his hands, to be sure every word is correct.
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