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  1. If one is interested in working in a Church, should they focus on learning sales, marketing, leadership, and business development? I thought about going to seminary to learn theology, but I think from what I read I would be better off joining a fraternity be the Pi Alpha Beta event planner while I get a sales and marketing degree. Thoughts?

  2. Thanks, Greg. I am in the process of transitioning out of student ministry after more than 18 years and into a campus pastor position. Your post really helped clarify the kinds of things I can expect to be involved in. I appreciate it!

  3. Greg – Thank you so much for this article and all you’re doing through Forest Park. I’m a Campus Pastor in York, PA at LCBCchurch.com. Appreciate the way you communicated this. Pray God continues to do great things through you and your campus.

  4. In others words you do the real work.pastoring

  5. Ryan Cloverfield @Become Ordai September 2, 2013 at 10:07 am

    I am some sort of campus pastor in world wide web http://www.ordained-ministers.com
    there are also been an exciting street. Cheers for being some sort of resource for those of us on the market performing exactly the same thing when you.

  6. ABORTION?

    Are unborn humans, babies or just unidentified blobs of matter?

    Genesis 25:21-22 Isaac prayed to the Lord on behalf of his wife, because she was barren; and the Lord answered him and Rebekah his wife conceived. 22 But the children struggled together within her……

    They were called children. They were not fetuses or blobs of matter.

    Luke 1:41,44 When Elizabeth heard Mary’s greeting, the baby leaped in her womb…..44….the baby leaped in my womb for joy.

    John The Baptist leaped for joy. There was no non-human fetus leaping for joy inside the womb of Elizabeth.

    The unborn, are babies. There is never a valid reason for killing unborn babies.

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  7. Greg, thanks for writing this down for us man! I am a campus pastor at http://www.liquidchurch.com and it has been an exciting road. Thanks for being a resource for those of us out there doing the same thing as you. I’d love to hear more!

  8. This is way better than the notes I took. :) Awesome!