Don't Muzzle the Ox Paperback

Full-time Ministry in Local Churches

by Alan Batchelor;

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Don't Muzzle the Ox

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This book provides valuable guidance for churches planning to appoint full-time workers. Biblical principles are clearly spelled out, whilst matters relating to selection and appointment are dealt with in detail. It then moves on to examine the working relationships with other local church leaders, the full-time workers spirituality and the effective use of time. A final chapter introduces the Brethren dimension to those thinking of taking up ministry in churches from that tradition, but who might have had no previous experience of it. Though written primarily for churches with a brethren background, this book contains material, much of it not readily available elsewhere, useful for any church seeking full-time help.

Among the authors of Don't Muzzle the Ox are those who themselves serve full-time and others who function as part-time elders. They include Neil Summerton, author of A Noble Task; Alex McIlhinney, who has worked for the Inland Revenue; Victor Jack, well-known evangelist; and Harold Rowdon, author of The Origins of the Brethren.

Don't Muzzle the Ox by Alan Batchelor is published by Partnership Publications and is our 59566th best seller. The ISBN for Don't Muzzle the Ox is 9780900128196.

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Details for Don't Muzzle the Ox

Author / Artist
Book FormatPaperback
PublisherPartnership Publications
Number of Pages100
Thickness7 mm
Height230 mm
Width145 mm
Product Code35446
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