Worth {Unknown}- The Art of Candidating (Pastor Candidating)

The Art of Candidating for pastors looking for a new church to pastor. 13 chapters on a pastor candidating for a new church. Some of his chapters are pastoral changes, school of candidating, resigning a pastorate, qualities of a good candidate, etc.

Summary

The Art of (Pastor Candidating), looking for a new church to pastor. 13 chapters on a pastor candidating for a new church. Some of his chapters are pastoral changes, school of candidating, resigning a pastorate, qualities of a good candidate, etc. In this work, the author examines various elements in the process of finding a new pastor of a local church. Here he focuses on things which the candidate committee should be looking at and examining in order to present a really good candidate to the church family. The elements here are very important and essential in finding the right man.

AIM: Unknown
CIM: Church, Pastor.
Version: 1.1 June 16, 2014
Hours Editing: 1 hr

Content

1. Introduction 1
2. Pastoral Changes 4
3. The School of Candidating . 17
4. Resigning a Pastorate . 25
5. Qualities of a Good Candidate . 30
6. Gaining Information Concerning Vacant Pastorates .47
7. Securing – a Consideration and a Hearing .58
8. Veil the Persons Whose Recommendation Will Have Influence . 71
9. The Candidate’s “General Attitude” 85
10. Candidating Sermons General Prophetic Preparation .97
11. Particular Characteristics of Candidating Sermons 104
12. The Evening Service, Pastoral Prater, and Scripture Lesson. 119
13. Conclusion 123

 

E-sword (esword) module also available for this work.

Worth, Horace - Art Of Candidating Gbk
Worth, Horace - Art Of Candidating Gbk
Worth-Horace-Art-of-Candidating.gbk_.twm
0.2 MiB
175 Downloads
Details
Worth, Horace - Art Of Candidating
Worth, Horace - Art Of Candidating
Worth-Horace-Art-of-Candidating.topx
0.2 MiB
166 Downloads
Details

Advertisement

This post is a walk through on how to use theWord to search the Bible for a word or phrase. If your Bible version installed in theWord has Strong's Numbers, you can search on that.