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Looking for a captain when you need a doctor? The importance of leadership style


A live grenade lobbed into a crowd and a time bomb discovered with an hour yet to tick down call for different responses. One needs an immediate problem eliminator, the other a careful problem solver. The cruise ship crossing calm seas on a sunny day requires a different captain from what the warship heading into battle needs. The child with a tumm....

Help for Unhealthy Churches Looking for a Pastor


Dr. Matt Sanders Executive Pastor, Beth-El Fellowship The search for a new pastor should begin with churches examining themselves. But how can an unhealthy church take an honest look at itself. People at most risk are those who think they are healthy when they are not. Whatever information they are looking at is interpreted as ď....

Part II: The Search for a New Pastor: The Often Forgotten First Step


Dr. Matt Sanders Executive Pastor, Beth-El Fellowship The first step in searching for a new pastor is for churches to ask themselves questions regarding who they have been, who they are, and who God wants them to become. This takes seriously the biblical presentation of the church as the body of Christ in which members, including ....

The Search for a New Pastor: The Often Forgotten First Step


Dr. Matt Sanders Executive Pastor, Beth-El Fellowship The search for a new pastor often skips over the most important step that a church must take. The focus is usually on filling the vacancy and determining what kind of pastor the church wants or need. However, this is a dangerous, unbiblical course of action that sets ....

Donít lose your theology when looking for a pastor


Dr. Matt Sanders Executive Pastor, Beth-El Fellowship Many churches forget who they are when they look for a new pastor. Is the church a business? A non-profit charity? A community? A family? A club? In some respect, it is all of these. But what should be the main understanding of the church when looking for a new pa....

Steps to a Pastorís Search Committee


Dr. Matt Sanders Executive Pastor, Beth-El Fellowship Churches take many different approaches to choosing a pastor Ė some good and some bad. Of course, the entire process should be saturated in prayer. In fact, the whole process could begin with a churchwide call to prayer. What follows is one approach to the ....

What makes ChurchJobs.net different?


At ChurchJobs.net, our focus is solely on connecting churches with quality candidates. Our goal is to provide the best service possible so the right person fills the right position every time. This means we make choices in how we operate. Unlike other sites, we do not flood our users with a barage of ads because we be....

Why pastors won't ask for a raise


We recently came across an interesting blog post by Tom S. Rainer. The Top five reasons your pastor will not ask for a raise. Mr. Rainer presents some valuable insights that should be considered by churches hiring pastors. "There are approximately 1.2 million paid staff members in Protestant churches. That means there are four cases of....

Pastor Search Committee Tips


What is the first step for your Pastor Search Committee? A visit to ChurchJobs.net should be at the top of your list. Our site is full of valuable information for your PSC. First of all, placing a job listing on ChurchJobs.net will instantly publicize your church job opening to the world. Thousands of ministers visit our site daily! ....

How to Hire a Pastor


If your church is looking for a new pastor you could be in for a long process. You will prayerfully consider the qualities you want in your next pastor. These can include level of experience, doctrinal beliefs, education, worship style preference, etc. Once you decide on the preferences that are important to your church, it is time to search for yo....

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