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 "And whatsoever ye do, do it heartily, as to the Lord, and not unto men."

Colossians 3:23

"Beloved, let us love one another: for love is of God: and every one that loveth is born of God, and knoweth God."

1 John 4:7

"As we have therefore opportunity, let us do good unto all men, especially unto them who are of the household of faith."

Galatians 6:10



Ministry Coordinators report directly to Pastor and Co-Pastor Carpenter. They are responsible for coordinating their assigned ministry, keeping Pastor and Co-Pastor informed of progress and problem areas (with suggested solutions) as well as ensuring approval prior to implementation of ministry agenda. Each Ministry Coordinator is responsible for maintaining a cooperative not a competitive relationship with all other ministries. All Ministry Coordinators must be in Sunday School and Bible Study unless other arrangements have been made due to work or school schedule.

Ministry Assistants report directly to the Ministry Coordinators. They are responsible for assisting in the ministry and are encouraged to offer suggestions and ideas to enhance the ministry. All Ministry Assistants should strive to be in Sunday School and Bible Study. Must be in at least one.

Each person in each ministry is expected to conduct themselves in a Christian manner and to handle all matters biblically and respectfully. Everything must be done in decency and order so that God will get the glory and people will be ministered to. We do not own these ministries, they are as unto the Lord. Each ministry will be evaluated to determine its effectiveness and timeliness.


"Let nothing be done through strife or vainglory; but in lowliness of mind let each esteem other better than themselves. Look not every man on his own things, but every man also on the things of others.”  Phil 2:3,4



Evidence of Salvation - John 3:16, John 10:9

Good reputation (In and Outside of Church) - Acts 6:1-7

Attendance at Sunday/Church Services - Heb 10:25

Attendance at Bible Study/Sunday School – 2 Timothy 2:15

Prayer Life - Matthew 6:1-15

Humble/Peacemaker/Forgiving Spirit - James 4:10; 1 Peter 5:6; Matthew 18:15-17

Support Church's Vision/Mission - Habakkuk 2:2-3

Support Pastor/Co-Pastor - Jeremiah 3:15; Ephesians 4:11

Servant's Heart/Esteem Others - Luke 9:48; Philippians 2:3; Ephesians 4:15

Reliable, Dependable, Accountable - Acts 6:1-7

Financial Commitment (Tithes & Offerings) - Proverbs 3:9; Malachi 3:7-12; Luke 6:382 Corinthians 9:6-9; Proverbs 11:24,25; Haggai 1


1.      What has God called you to do?

2.      How often do you pray to God about what He wants you to do?

3.      What is God saying about how you handle your ministry; your attitudes towards Him and others?

4.      How often do you pray with and for the people in your ministry?

5.      When was the last time you thanked God for what He has called you to do?

6.      What areas do you need to work on?

 7.      Are you available to do what God has called you to do?

 8.     Are you pleased with what you have done since January 2007?

 9.      Do you have a ministry strategy?

 10.  If you are pleased with what you have done; how do you think God feels?

 11.  Is ministry a burden to you?

 12.  How long do you plan to be an inactive leader?

 13.  When was the last time you checked your humility? God can’t use us if we are not humble people.

 14.  Do you like being over people or thank God for the privilege?

 15.  Are you a peacemaker or instigator?

 16.  What is your vision for your life? What are your aspirations?

 17.  How do you feel about other ministries that seem to be doing better than yours?

 18.  Are you a blessing to anyone?

 19.  Do you care how your ministry looks to God?

 20.  Are you willing to partner with your Pastor and Co-Pastor?

 21.  Why do you think God called you and saved you?




 1. We expect our leaders to be good church members (see "What Is Expected of Our Church Members").

 2. We expect our leaders to be faithful to the responsibility they have accepted.

 3. They are to be present in church worship Sunday mornings and afternoons.

 4. They are to be present in the Bible Study and Prayer Meeting.

 5. They are to be models of giving tithes and offerings.

 6. They are to be soul winners (if not on an evangelical team, witnessing on their own).

 7. To be loyal to the Pastor/Co-Pastor and their God-given vision and wisdom.

 8. To give our best efforts to our church ministry.


 1. To be organized as a person, and organize your ministry.

 2. To have goals and objectives for your ministry.

 3. To have on paper the responsibilities and duties of those serving with you.

 4. To train someone to take your place as the leader, if that becomes necessary.

 5. To see that records are kept current monthly.

 6. To have a written agenda for your meetings.

 7. To have a competent secretary to take minutes and keep records.

 8. To plan ahead (at least 3 months or more).


 1. The fruit of the Spirit should clearly be seen in the life of a leader (love, joy, peace, patience, kindness, goodness, faithfulness, gentleness, and self-control).

 2. We are not to give an offense by the way we live, that will hurt the ministry.

 3. We are to be examples of a spiritually mature Christian.

 4. We are not to be self-willed (2 Cor. 1:9; Rom. 7:18).

 5. We must not have an independent attitude (Acts 4:32; Rom. 14:19; 1 Cor. 1:10; Phil. 1:27, 3:16; 1 Peter 3:8).

 6. We are to be self-disciplined (1 Cor. 9:24-27).

 7. We must love people.

 8. We must continue to be filled with the Holy Spirit.


 1. Your ministry is not an island unto itself, but part of the greater church ministry under the God-given authority of the Pastor/Co-Pastor.

 2. You are to cooperate with other ministries.

 3. You are to remember that God only gave 365 days a year, and we must share the church calendar and facilities.

 4. Your ministry is not in competition with any other ministry in the church, but we are all part of a team (cooperation).


 1. You should seek to grow and improve as a leader.

 2. You should read Christian leadership books.

 3. Read books related to learning how to perform your ministry better.

 4. Attend seminars, conferences and workshops relating to your ministry.



 If you are unable to maintain your leadership commitment we expect our church members to inform the Pastor/Co-Pastor.