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About Scott Douglas
Scott serves as the Senior Pastor at Emmanuel Baptist Church in Parrish, Florida. He is married to Carrie Beth and they have two sons. His ministry passions are to make disciples, cast vision, develop a missions culture, and develop leaders. Besides spending time with Carrie and the boys, Scott is a Louisville Cardinal fan and loves living 30 minutes from the beach. You can follow him on Twitter @ScottMDouglas or on his website scottmdouglas.com
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Written by experienced ministry leaders, this book serves as a comprehensive resource on family ministry with ideas and activities to incorporate into a family-equipping church. Timothy Paul Jones, along with the other contributors, offers practical and encouraging advice to those who want to impact the next generation. Readers are reminded of the God-designed channels through which discipleship should occur: the church and the home. Parents as well as ministry leaders will be equipped to do their part to carry out the spiritual discipline of discipleship. Timothy Paul Jones serves as both editor and contributor for this work. Other contributors include Danny R. Bowen, Scott Douglas, Christopher Harding, Brian Howard Honett, Gary May, Philip L. McKinney II, Joshua A. Remy, Robert Lee Stanford, John Ellis Steen, Matthew Scott Thompson, John David Trentham, and Steve Wright.
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The image of ministry in the New Testament is that of a marathon. Not only do we have to make sure that we get off to a good start in a marathon, we have to make sure we maintain our pace. In ministry, we can often find ourselves struggling to keep up or feeling ineffective. In Setting the Pace, Scott Douglas lays out seven practices that any ministry leader can do at any part in the ministry race to finish the race well.
FAQ: Six Questions to ask Before Sunday Jan 17, 2020
Every Sunday a pastor has a clock that starts ticking as soon as the last song ends and the crowd begins to file out of the church. It's the inevitable timer that in 7 days another Sunday will be coming. Preaching is urgently essential today, and these six questions will help any pastor be ready for the next Sunday. These questions are: What text do I pick?What does the text mean?How is the text changing me?Who is my audience?Where is the Gospel?Why does it matter?Pastors of any tenure can benefit from reflecting on these questions, and in doing so stand firmly and faithfully on the Word.
4C: Building and Developing a Ministry Team in Your Church: Building and Developing a Ministry Team in Your Church Jun 14, 2020
A lot of ministry leaders and pastors want to be a part of a team within their church leadership. Teams accomplish more, together, and enjoy the synergy of a united leadership front. Sadly, most churches don't operate with a team mindset. Instead, they work apart from each other, even if their offices are next door. In 4C, we look at four elements of building and developing a healthy and effective ministry team: Calling, Character, Competency, and Chemistry. While this book is primarily aimed at lead pastors, any ministry leader can take the concepts and principles here and develop a team mindset. Whether team members are full-time, part-time, or volunteer, it's possible to have a team mindset in your church.
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