Handbook For Lay & Self-supporting Workers

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Hartland Publications, 2005 - Lay ministry - 254 pages
This book provides essential guidance and practical information to enhance the ministry of both new and experienced lay workers. Will help you avoid pitfalls and gain insight into divine principals of a soul-saving ministry.
 

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Contents

The Focus of NonDenominational Ministries
5
What Is SelfSupporting Lay Ministry?
7
The Call to Lay and SelfSupporting Work
14
A Brief History of SelfSupporting Work
23
Sensing a Need
29
Single Focused SelfSupporting Work
36
Individual and Family SelfSupporting Work
48
Larger Institutional SelfSupporting Ministries
55
Developing Financial Support
125
Seminars Camps and Convocations
133
The Organizational Chart
138
Governance in SelfSupporting Work
149
The Choice of Staff
157
The Applicant Interview
163
InService Training of Institutional Personnel
170
Accreditations and Affiliations
174

Developing a College or an Academy
63
Establishing a Health Center
68
Establishing a Publishing andor Printing House
79
Establishing a Media Ministry
85
Agriculture the ABC of Ministry
93
Choosing Property
103
Developing the Physical Plant
112
Financing a New Project
120
Moral Rectitude
179
Living and Working Together
186
Principles for Addressing the Erring
193
Dealing with Suspected Misconduct
198
Applying Biblical Principles
210
Why GodRaisedUp Institutions Fail
216
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