Walking in the Shadow of the Leader: How to Be an Affective Assistant to Your Leader
This book is really a handbook designed to help young and newly called ministers to get a better understanding of how to discern their duties to the head shepherd of the local church they serve.
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What Makes an Effective Associate Minister?
What Is the Associates Purpose in the Church He Serves?
The Benefits Gained for Loyalty to the Pastor
How to Preach in a Pastors Pulpit
How to Avoid the Bighead Syndrome
How to Avoid the Praise Picnics
Beginning This Walk
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