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“Finally, be strong in the Lord and in the strength of his might.” (Eph 6:10). The Ministry Practitioner: National Association of Christian Ministers Reflection from Ephesians 6:10 M. Mooney, Exec. Elder Often we share a verse like this; only for its meaning to slip past as a thoughtful Christian gesture. If the truth will … Read more⚡️ Finally, be Strong in the Lord!
2 Steps to Unfriending Worry by Rev. Michael Mooney, MPsy; MBA National Association of Christian Ministers I have never met person (considered mentally well) who desired a life filled with the fear and anxiety of worry -Box A. To the contrary, anxiety is often associated with phobias and mental disorders (PD, SAD, … Read more⚡️ 2 Steps to Unfriending Worry
By Michael Mooney, Exec. Elder National Association of Christian Ministers In consideration of fate, human will, and predestination, the philosopher Cleanthes presented the classic analogy of the dog and chariot. Here the picture is formed of a dog which is shackled to a chariot. The dog’s hope is to go about life freely roaming wherever … Read more⚡️ Why Are Ministers Afraid of Failing?
A Conceptual Analysis of Leadership and Management Ordained Minister’s Online Guide to Pastoring, Personal Development, & Church Leadership A Conceptual Analysis of Leadership and Management By M. Mooney, Ministry Practitioner The research herein is a conceptual analysis of leadership within the perimeters of management. The author seeks to define leadership by exemplifying the actions, attitudes, … Read more⚡️ Leadership and Management: A Conceptual Analysis
Ordained Minister’s Online Guide to Pastoring, Personal Development, & Church Leadership Ministry and Reality. The What Was, Is, and Should Be By M. Mooney, Ministry Practitioner It is my experience that the majority of Christian interactions can be summarized into one of at least three categories: 1) What was; 2) What is (positive); and 3) … Read more⚡️ Ministry and Reality: The What Was, Is, and Should Be…