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August 2008

 

Editorial: Where is the rule book?

When Kathy and I married, I had already been pastoring my first multichurch district for two years. Marriage brings with it many adjustments-indeed, those of you who are married understand what I am saying. But for my wife, it was particularly challenging: a young bride living apart from her family for the first time, not having any pastoral spouses in her immediate family to serve as role models, becoming a part of church families that knew me but didn't know her.

 

Growing churches in a multichurch district

In Mathew 28:19, Jesus commissions us to go and make disciples in all nations. Discover how you can grow God's church in a multichurch district by getting your members involved.

 

The local ministerial alliance: Strengthened by differences

Every pastor needs support in order to successfully minister in their district. Read about one source of support you may have overlooked.

 

The journey continues for a young pastor

Why learning the language of each individual church is crucial for a multichurch pastor to be successful.

 

Meaning of "forever": Categorical or qualified?

What does God mean when He says something will last "forever"?

 

A balancing act

As a multichurch pastor you have to balance many different roles and responsibilities. What can you do to make it a rewarding experience for both you and the churches?

 

Finding purpose in a multichurch district

I often wish there was a crash course on how to be a pastor's wife. After all, it seems that the moment I said "I do" to the man of my dreams (who happened to be a pastor), I signed up to be a partner in team ministry, whether or not I was ready.

 

  

 

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