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Putting the Pastor Back into Your Job Description

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Author/Source: Karl Bastian

Topic: Administration

You went into children’s ministry because you love working with kids, but the ‘higher up’ you get in leadership, the less it seems you get to minister directly to children. Learn how to continue to make a personal impact on many children so that you are as much a shepherd of children as you are an administrator of children.

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