Let’s consider the deacon’s role, requirements, and reward.
Mailbag #79: How Should Vocational Pastors Approach Their Own Giving to the Church? . . . How Do Deacons Relate to Elders?By J. Dunlop, J. de Koning | 03.29.2019
— Should vocational ministers tithe? Should a church then count on 10% of that staff member’s salary toward the budget? — Are deacons there just to “do what they’re told” by the elders? Should deacons be used as a means to develop future elders?
Mailbag #75: Does a Wife’s Alcoholism Disqualify a Deacon? . . . Should the Qualifications of a “Youth Pastor” Be Different? . . . Responding When We Feel “Pressured” to Join a ChurchBy A. Menikoff, A. Duty, P. Tibayan | 02.22.2019
Does a Wife’s Alcoholism Disqualify a Deacon? . . . Should the Qualifications of a “Youth Pastor” Be Different? . . . Responding When We Feel “Pressured” to Join a Church
How should we respond we a public servant, an elder, or the preacher confesses to looking at pornography?
What does a biblical deacon do? How do they differ from elders? In this episode of Pastors’ Talk, Jonathan talks to Mark about the biblical office of deacon.
This book sets forth a broad view of ministry to the poor, not only for deacons but for the church at large.
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We have found that this model of shepherding groups gives us the best chance of fulfilling the responsibilities and relationships necessary to the offices of deacon and elder in member care.
Thabiti Anyabwile discusses how to recognize and cultivate godly church leaders.
In order to provide you with a better introduction, I thought I’d ask Thabiti a few questions about the book.
If you want to understand the Bible’s teaching on deacons, this is a great place to start.
Whether between the pastors and the congregation or within the church’s leadership, division causes Christ’s church to suffer.
Let me put this starkly: committees don’t work!
“Blessed to serve” is a phrase that rolls off the tongue readily enough, though often with less consideration than it deserves