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A Parliamentary Guide For Church Leaders

Author: C. Barry McCarty
Publisher: B&H Publishing Group
ISBN: 1433671506
Size: 65.51 MB
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An updated edition of the essential guide for following the proper rules of procedure in church, denominational convention, or other religious business meetings.

The New Guidebook For Pastors

Author: Mac Brunson
Publisher: B&H Publishing Group
ISBN: 1433670097
Size: 50.22 MB
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The New Guidebook for Pastors is written in the tradition of classics like Criswell’s Guidebook for Pastors. But since most pastoral guidebooks available today date back to 1980 or earlier, this new resource by Mac Brunson and James W. Bryant will offer fresh experience-based encouragement to all pastors in their pursuit of excellence and development in their God-called profession. Among the twenty chapters are "The Pastor and His Call," "The Pastor and His Family," "The Pastor and His Staff," "The Pastor and Worship," "The Pastor and Finances," "The Pastor, Wedding, and Funerals," "The Pastor, Politics, and Moral Issues," and "The Pastor and His Denomination."

Mapping Alberta S Political Leadership

Author: Austin Mardon
ISBN: 1897472307
Size: 26.47 MB
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This book presents information taken from a variety of sources, including newspapers, records, and interviews, to give an account of Alberta's political leadership. Although no attempt has been made here to analyze voting patterns and behaviours, or to provide a detailed narrative account of individual election campaigns, much of the political history of Alberta can be read in theses biographical profiles.

Chairing A Meeting With Confidence

Author: Kevin Paul
Publisher: North Vancouver, B.C. : Self-Counsel Press
Size: 27.93 MB
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The rules of order used to run Formal meetings can be confusing and intimidating. Why, then, do we use them? Because they work! This is a simple guide on how to run a meeting according to those rules. It is intended for people who have little or no experience running meetings, and as such, is written clearly and concisely without unnecessary jargon or obscure references. The basic concepts, skills, and information discussed throughout this book are applicable to virtually any type of meeting, from large business meetings to smaller and less formal gatherings of community groups, strata councils, and so on. Includes: -- The basics: debate, making motions, and voting -- Types of committees and the reports that should be made -- Elections: nominations and counting the ballots -- Choosing a parliamentary authority -- Writing rules for your own group -- Plenty of samples and tables for easy reference