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  • Author:
    Ronnie Aitchison
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    0716205661
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    978-0716205661
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    Epworth Press (March 2003)
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    200 pages
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This unique book - the first about Methodist deaconate . The result is a rich, thoughtful resource for all interested in ministry, especially those concerned with the ministry of the deacon whether as candidates or providing training.

The result is a rich, thoughtful resource for all interested in ministry, especially those concerned with the ministry of the deacon whether as candidates or providing training.

Author: Ronnie Aitchison ISBN 10: 0716205661 It should prove a useful resource for all interested in ministry, particularly those concerned with the ministry of the deacon whether as candidates or providers of training.

Author: Ronnie Aitchison ISBN 10: 0716205661. All used books sold by Book Fountain All new books sold by Book Fountain. It should prove a useful resource for all interested in ministry, particularly those concerned with the ministry of the deacon whether as candidates or providers of training.

Pastor Ronnie D. Joyner. answered his call to the gospel ministry and delivered his initial sermon, March 31, 1974. 2014 marked his 40th year in the Ministry of our Lord Jesus Christ. He has authored 8 books: Breaking Free From Financial Bondage; The Year of Jubilee Family Legacy Ministry; The Power of Prayer; Actions of Healthy Leaders and Families as well as Biblical Leadership, Lessons in Fan1ily s Press; Functioning As A Deaconess-Orn1an Press and The Bible Based Family-Beckham House Publishers.

A godly deacon is a great asset to the work of God. His servant leadership benefits the entire church family. As a Baptist pastor, it is difficult to "explain" the ministry of a deacon. Mr. Chappell does an exemplary job of taking the pressure of the (already overwhelmed & exhausted) pastor. He explains the responsibilities in a very clear manner; yet, the book is easily read in a day or two. Thank you, Mr Chappell.

It explores the history of deacons and deaconesses from biblical times to the present day and looks at what it means to be a deacon.

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A deacon is a member of the diaconate, an office in Christian churches that is generally associated with service of some kind, but which varies among theological and denominational traditions. Major Christian churches, such as the Catholic Church, the Eastern Orthodox Church and the Anglican church, view the diaconate as part of the clerical state. The title is also used for the president, chairperson, or head of a trades guild in Scotland; and likewise to two officers of a Masonic lodge.

This unique book the first about Methodist deaconate - blends theological and historical research with the personal journey of a deacon. The research looks at the history of deacons and deaconesses from biblical times until the present day. It then blends the varied strands of theological understanding and weaves them into a coherent pattern. The journey was undertaken in the company of a group of members from the congregations of Airedale and Townville churches in West Yorkshire, England. Together they worked to understand what this form of ministry meant to them. The result is a rich, thoughtful resource for all interested in ministry, especially those concerned with the ministry of the deacon whether as candidates or providing training.