Call and Qualification Analysis

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Call and Qualifications Analysis

Submitted to Dr. David W. Hirschman, in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the completion of the course,

LEAD 635
Pastoral Theology

Christopher Callaway

Call to Pastoral Ministry
In MacArthur’s book Pastoral Ministry How to Shepherd Biblically he discusses in chapter 6 some certain criteria that provides assurance or confirmation that what we believe to be a call to ministry actually is a call to ministry. The criteria consist of four specific things the first is confirmation of the call to ministry by others and God. I started this pursuit of ministry officially back in 2009 however I was saved when I was young and born again in high school joined the Army was thrown off course for 6 years then I met my wife we began to invest our time and family in the church and I came to realize by working in the children’s ministry that ministry was my calling. I’m still not sure what level of ministry I feel in my heart it is lead pastoral ministry, but God has not affirmed that yet however God has and so has others many times that the path I am on is the right one and ministry is my calling. The second criteria are possessing the abilities to serve in a leadership position. I have always been a leader ever since I was child. Leading others has been my thing since I was little it continued in high school with athletics then into the military and then into marriage and fatherhood. I displayed many times in ministry my ability to lead others but only with the grace of God and his hand of leadership. Every leader has a follower and God is my leader and I am his follower. The third criteria are a longing to serve in ministry. If you endure what I have endured since 2009 my initial pursuit of ministry, then you know I have a great longing and motivation to serve God in…...

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