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Immanuel Bible Church
Category: Senior Pastor
Posted on: November 14, 2018
The senior pastor of Immanuel Bible Church has the primary responsibilities of preaching, teaching sound Bible doctrine, shepherding, leading and encouraging, and ensuring that God's purposes for the church are understood and realized.
In conjunction with the Elder Board, the senior pastor provides the general leadership to all ministries of the church. The Elder Board led by the senior pastor formulates vision, strategy, and goals for the church based on God's leading to implement the church's vision. The Board and Pastor review goals, strategy and programs and make changes to meet the churches mission and vision. The Senior Pastor has primary management and oversight duties over the staff.
He will minister the Word of God and model the Lordship of Christ to our congregation such that it illuminates Scripture, teaches sound doctrine, inspires and convicts towards Godly living, and encourages and motivates to follow the Lord Jesus Christ more fully. He will model, through a personal lifestyle, how to train, equip, develop, and empower our congregation to effectively share the gospel for the purpose of winning others to Christ.
It is expected that the Pastor of Immanuel Bible Church will have a Seminary degree from a biblically sound seminary whose doctrinal positions agree with those of Immanuel Bible Church.
About Immanuel Bible Church:
Immanuel Bible church is a community Bible church in Bellingham Washington with a rich background in worship, bible teaching, evangelism, missions, and family focus.
The Senior Pastor must meet the biblical qualifications of an Elder (Timothy and Titus). He must be currently licensed or ordained. He shall be sound in doctrine and in his presentation of the Word of God. He shall meet the qualifications of the Immanuel Bible Church constitution. He shall be in agreement with the doctrinal statement of the church. He shall further be a worthy example, void of offense in his life and teaching. (I Tim. 3:1-7; Titus 1:5-9; Acts 20:28; I Peter 5:1-4). He will possess leadership and pastoral shepherding skills, and be an active participant in the life of the church. He will demonstrate an ability to work harmoniously and effectively with a church board, display a Christian attitude and a warm relational style.
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