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A Servant's Heart

A Servant`s Heart (ISBN10: 1628719923; ISBN13: 9781628719925)
ISBN13: 978-1628719925
ISBN10: 1628719923

Summary: If you are a minister serving under a senior pastor or a lay leader in the church contemplating greater service in the Kingdom, you may be facing frustration about the direction of the ministry God has given you. You know that God has placed something within you, but you are having trouble finding out exactly how to openly express this inward passion. Well, this book will help you find the direction you need. In A Servant's Heart, Pastor Kenneth Kemp explores the ways an associate minister-one w
ho serves under a senior pastor-can be effective in the role of a subordinate leader. Having served many years in this role himself, Pastor Kemp sees the role of the associate minister as being integrally important to the ministry of the church, rather than just a temporary position to occupy until something better comes along. He prepares the associate minister with practical advice from the basics of accepting the Master's call to speaking to social issues to dealing with frustration. Each chapter presents a review of an important ministerial development concept, followed by a sermonic presentation to illustrate that concept. You will be a better preacher, leader, member, and servant if you read and adhere to these practical tips for the associate minister. Pastor Kenneth R. Kemp is a preacher-pastor, who happens to be a physician. While serving in the Army Medical Corps for 21 years, he also served as an associate minister, interim pastor, and assistant pastor. As he retired from the military, he was called to be co-pastor of the Antioch Missionary Baptist Church of San Antonio, TX under his long-time friend and mentor, Rev. Dr. E. Thurman Walker. He has pastored Antioch since 2009, after Pastor Walker went home to be with the Lord.
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Summary: If you are a minister serving under a senior pastor or a lay leader in the church contemplating greater service in the Kingdom, you may be facing frustration about the direction of the ministry God has given you. You know that God has placed something within you, but you are having trouble finding out exactly how to openly express this inward passion. Well, this book will help you find the direction you need. In A Servant's Heart, Pastor Kenneth Kemp explores the ways an associate minister-one who serves under a senior pastor-can be effective in the role of a subordinate leader. Having served many years in this role himself, Pastor Kemp sees the role of the associate minister as being integrally important to the ministry of the church, rather than just a temporary position to occupy until something better comes along. He prepares the associate minister with practical advice from the basics of accepting the Master's call to speaking to social issues to dealing with frustration. Each chapter presents a review of an important ministerial development concept, followed by a sermonic presentation to illustrate that concept. You will be a better preacher, leader, member, and servant if you read and adhere to these practical tips for the associate minister. Pastor Kenneth R. Kemp is a preacher-pastor, who happens to be a physician. While serving in the Army Medical Corps for 21 years, he also served as an associate minister, interim pastor, and assistant pastor. As he retired from the military, he was called to be co-pastor of the Antioch Missionary Baptist Church of San Antonio, TX under his long-time friend and mentor, Rev. Dr. E. Thurman Walker. He has pastored Antioch since 2009, after Pastor Walker went home to be with the Lord....show less

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