Paths for Balance Stress can be dealt with many ways. Some of the key strategies mentioned by Head are learn to say no, do not overcommit, learn to schedule what you need to accomplish each day and do it, and develop a hobby. Working ahead of time for projects and papers for work and ministry … Continue reading Why Bivocational? Part 4
Advantages There are many advantages of bivocational ministers. One, is patterned by William Carey who was a testimony to the natives of India through his bivocational work on the field and a rather consistent “support” from that income while he yet labored on in sharing the Gospel. Choosing a “harder life” often inspires others to … Continue reading Why Bivocational? Part 3
There are many fallacies of bivocationalism. Perhaps the worst is that the bivocational minister is only in “part-time ministry.” No, he is in full time ministry. All Christians are called to be ministers of the Gospel and to use the gifts and callings the Lord has given them; not all are called “to preach.” … Continue reading Why Bivocational? Part 2
Beginning this series on Bivocationalism, my goal is to show the benefits of Bivocationalism. You may not receive any pay, minister, for obeying the Lord in your calling. But money is not the object anyway. I in no way wish to diminish the blessing of “full-time” ministers. But, guys, Paul was bivocational and our Lord … Continue reading Why Bivocational? Part 1
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