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Pastoral Ministry by herlecks(m): 5:23pm On May 08, 2020
I just registered with this Redeemed Christian Bible College site, but I don't know when they recruit. Anyone with an idea of when they or others are recruiting? And their school fees? But Redeemed Christian Bible College is most preferred. Thanks.
Re: Pastoral Ministry by elveco: 11:05pm On May 08, 2020
herlecks:
I just registered with this Redeemed Christian Bible College site, but I don't know when they recruit. Anyone with an idea of when they or others are recruiting? And their school fees? But Redeemed Christian Bible College is most preferred. Thanks.

Have you been recruited by the Holy Ghost? If yes, allow Him to teach, nurture and guide you while you feed on the word. God bless you

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Re: Pastoral Ministry by hupernikao: 12:54am On May 09, 2020
elveco:


Have you been recruited by the Holy Ghost? If yes, allow Him to teach, nurture and guide you while you feed on the word. God bless you

Sir, how does the Holy Ghost recruit, teach, nurturing and guide you Sir. Kindly start from the recruitment

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Re: Pastoral Ministry by hupernikao: 12:56am On May 09, 2020
herlecks:
I just registered with this Redeemed Christian Bible College site, but I don't know when they recruit. Anyone with an idea of when they or others are recruiting? And their school fees? But Redeemed Christian Bible College is most preferred. Thanks.

This same information should be on their website as you said you visited it. Why not check for a number to call, mail to send or speak with someone around you on this.
Re: Pastoral Ministry by herlecks(m): 1:53pm On May 09, 2020
elveco:


Have you been recruited by the Holy Ghost? If yes, allow Him to teach, nurture and guide you while you feed on the word. God bless you
Thank you very much. I've been trained and nurtured by the Holy Ghost, direct indoctrination. I won't be going there to learn because most of their doctrine is erratic, I'm going there to keep myself hidden for a time.
Re: Pastoral Ministry by herlecks(m): 1:54pm On May 09, 2020
hupernikao:


This same information should be on their website as you said you visited it. Why not check for a number to call, mail to send or speak with someone around you on this.
This is a good idea. Thanks very much.
Re: Pastoral Ministry by elveco: 12:55pm On May 10, 2020
herlecks:
Thank you very much. I've been trained and nurtured by the Holy Ghost, direct indoctrination. I won't be going there to learn because most of their doctrine is erratic, I'm going there to keep myself hidden for a time.

Do ask God for direction, any response you get will save you a lot. Thank you
Re: Pastoral Ministry by elveco: 1:12pm On May 10, 2020
hupernikao:


Sir, how does the Holy Ghost recruit, teach, nurturing and guide you Sir. Kindly start from the recruitment

When I say "recruit" I mean been called by God. Of course many are called/chosen while many called their self - 2Sam. 18:19-31 is a case study.

It is the Holy Ghost that guides you through the will of God, otherwise you walk in error. Like the people Paul met at Ephesus, I believe they were doing something out of order - Acts 19:1-6. Also Mark 13:11, John 14:26.

Thank you.
Re: Pastoral Ministry by Eviana(f): 1:22pm On May 10, 2020
herlecks:
Thank you very much. I've been trained and nurtured by the Holy Ghost, direct indoctrination. I won't be going there to learn because most of their doctrine is erratic, I'm going there to keep myself hidden for a time.

Was just wondering what you mean by being 'hidden'? If you don't agree with the doctrine why spend money there? Did the Holy Spirit lead you to go there? Is it because it's a popular church? Sorry just trying to understand.
Re: Pastoral Ministry by hupernikao: 2:47pm On May 10, 2020
elveco:


When I say "recruit" I mean been called by God. Of course many are called/chosen while many called their self - 2Sam. 18:19-31 is a case study.

It is the Holy Ghost that guides you through the will of God, otherwise you walk in error. Like the people Paul met at Ephesus, I believe they were doing something out of order - Acts 19:1-6. Also Mark 13:11, John 14:26.

Thank you.

He is a believer from his post, hence he has the Holy Ghost. No need of "recruitment" again Sir. The greatest of all "recruitment" is salvation Sir.
Re: Pastoral Ministry by Nobody: 3:13pm On May 10, 2020
hupernikao:


He is a believer from his post, hence he has the Holy Ghost. No need of "recruitment" again Sir. The greatest of all "recruitment" is salvation Sir.

How is he going to start the REAL evangelism, as in the collection of tithes to own a private jet?
Re: Pastoral Ministry by hupernikao: 5:15pm On May 10, 2020
Maximus69:


How is he going to start the REAL evangelism, as in the collection of tithes to own a private jet?

You can educate us in this.
Re: Pastoral Ministry by elveco: 11:08pm On May 10, 2020
hupernikao:


He is a believer from his post, hence he has the Holy Ghost. No need of "recruitment" again Sir. The greatest of all "recruitment" is salvation Sir.

I only responded to your question. Thought it was an earnest question.

Anyways, I don't get involved in unnecessary arguments. Thank you
Re: Pastoral Ministry by judedwriter(m): 7:44am On May 11, 2020
herlecks:
I just registered with this Redeemed Christian Bible College site, but I don't know when they recruit. Anyone with an idea of when they or others are recruiting? And their school fees? But Redeemed Christian Bible College is most preferred. Thanks.

I have been through RCCG and their Bible College. This is what you must know:

1. The church does not recruit full time pastors like other missions.

2. To be a full time pastor at the church you must be a full member,

Serve faithfully for some years as a worker,

complete your Bible College and discipleship courses,

be ordained as a deacon and serve faithfully for some years,

be ordained as an assistant pastor and serve faithfully for some years.

and lastly be chosen as a full pastor.
Re: Pastoral Ministry by Nobody: 7:56am On May 11, 2020
hupernikao:


You can educate us in this.

Christianity is all about God's Kingdom and that's the purpose for which Jesus preached from house to house in his days, when the inhabitants of Capaneum tried to keep him in their territory for good Jesus made it clear to them that he wasn't here to solve the problems that will still reoccur but to give them the hope of a permanent solution which is the Good News of God's Kingdom! Luke 4:43

So nobody is expected to think of joining Christianity back then without first gaining insight on that message, that's why Jesus' disciples must contact you first before you can become a Christian.

When the OP says he wants to attend Pastoral school he wasn't thinking of that message, rather his focus is on the material possessions false religious teachers claiming Christians are accumulating now! wink

Just tell him that whoever takes a penny out of what is dedicated to God as contribution to promote the kingdom message for his own personal use will surely end up like Judas Iscariot in the day of Judgment, then see how confused he'll become. Because the main focus of such persons is the material gain not salvation.

Tell him that all the Pastors he can think of in this world today will perish, because they are using the money their gullible followers contribute for personal use and that is contrary to what Jesus established as Christianity.

God bless you! smiley
Re: Pastoral Ministry by goodshepherd123(m): 10:01am On May 11, 2020
Their fees are affordable and you will be given quality spiritual education . And God will also test you through so many things. After completing your course you are required to serve the mission for one year if you want to work with Rccg and if you aren't working with them you can go back to your mission and the experience gathered there will help you a lot. Also you will meet students from other denomination there as well. Above all be spiritually sensitive. Peace
Re: Pastoral Ministry by goodshepherd123(m): 10:03am On May 11, 2020
judedwriter:


I have been through RCCG and their Bible College. This is what you must know:

1. The church does not recruit full time pastors like other missions.

2. To be a full time pastor at the church you must be a full member,

Serve faithfully for some years as a worker,

complete your Bible College and discipleship courses,

be ordained as a deacon and serve faithfully for some years,

be ordained as an assistant pastor and serve faithfully for some years.

and lastly be chosen as a full pastor.

This is totally false the church does recruit full time pastor's and they are well paid.
Re: Pastoral Ministry by judedwriter(m): 12:22pm On May 11, 2020
goodshepherd123:


This is totally false the church does recruit full time pastor's and they are well paid.

Did you read my write up well?

I didn't say the RCCG doesn't recruit full pastors.

I just gave the process.

I have been in the church for several years.

This is the complete truth.
Re: Pastoral Ministry by sonmvayina(m): 12:40pm On May 11, 2020
This was supposed to come yesterday

Re: Pastoral Ministry by goodshepherd123(m): 12:54pm On May 11, 2020
judedwriter:


Did you read my write up well?

I didn't say the RCCG doesn't recruit full pastors.

I just gave the process.

I have been in the church for several years.

This is the complete truth.

Ok I understand what you meant , but there is a difference between full pastor's and full time pastor's in RCCG. Sorry if I interpreted your post wrongly.
Re: Pastoral Ministry by hupernikao: 12:37am On May 12, 2020
Maximus69:


Christianity is all about God's Kingdom and that's the purpose for which Jesus preached from house to house in his days, when the inhabitants of Capaneum tried to keep him in their territory for good Jesus made it clear to them that he wasn't here to solve the problems that will still reoccur but to give them the hope of a permanent solution which is the Good News of God's Kingdom! Luke 4:43

So nobody is expected to think of joining Christianity back then without first gaining insight on that message, that's why Jesus' disciples must contact you first before you can become a Christian.

When the OP says he wants to attend Pastoral school he wasn't thinking of that message, rather his focus is on the material possessions false religious teachers claiming Christians are accumulating now! wink

Just tell him that whoever takes a penny out of what is dedicated to God as contribution to promote the kingdom message for his own personal use will surely end up like Judas Iscariot in the day of Judgment, then see how confused he'll become. Because the main focus of such persons is the material gain not salvation.

Tell him that all the Pastors he can think of in this world today will perish, because they are using the money their gullible followers contribute for personal use and that is contrary to what Jesus established as Christianity.

God bless you! smiley

Can you specifically point to where the OP refer to this "his focus is on the material possessions". Either directly or indirectly. Or its just your imagination?
Re: Pastoral Ministry by hupernikao: 12:41am On May 12, 2020
elveco:


I only responded to your question. Thought it was an earnest question.

Anyways, I don't get involved in unnecessary arguments. Thank you

No argument is unnecessary Sir, especially when it is to clear confusion or shed light to things. By contributing alone on the post already set your words up for evaluation and test with the scriptural truth. Things said have to be proven with the scriptures Sir. If that is what you call arguments then you are already part.
Re: Pastoral Ministry by Nobody: 9:26am On May 12, 2020
hupernikao:


Can you specifically point to where the OP refer to this "his focus is on the material possessions". Either directly or indirectly. Or its just your imagination?

Just emphasize on the quoted scriptures {Matthew 23:24; Luke 11:42} make him realize that Jesus never commissioned a money making venture, then leave the rest for him to decide if he still wish to become a teacher of God's word! Luke 18:18-23 cheesy
Re: Pastoral Ministry by herlecks(m): 1:40pm On May 12, 2020
Eviana:


Was just wondering what you mean by being 'hidden'? If you don't agree with the doctrine why spend money there? Did the Holy Spirit lead you to go there? Is it because it's a popular church? Sorry just trying to understand.
Yes, hidden. There's no problem, I've got a place of rest. Thanks

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Re: Pastoral Ministry by herlecks(m): 1:42pm On May 12, 2020
goodshepherd123:
Their fees are affordable and you will be given quality spiritual education . And God will also test you through so many things. After completing your course you are required to serve the mission for one year if you want to work with Rccg and if you aren't working with them you can go back to your mission and the experience gathered there will help you a lot. Also you will meet students from other denomination there as well. Above all be spiritually sensitive. Peace
Thanks a lot.
Re: Pastoral Ministry by herlecks(m): 1:43pm On May 12, 2020
judedwriter:


I have been through RCCG and their Bible College. This is what you must know:

1. The church does not recruit full time pastors like other missions.

2. To be a full time pastor at the church you must be a full member,

Serve faithfully for some years as a worker,

complete your Bible College and discipleship courses,

be ordained as a deacon and serve faithfully for some years,

be ordained as an assistant pastor and serve faithfully for some years.

and lastly be chosen as a full pastor.
Thank you sir.
Re: Pastoral Ministry by Eviana(f): 8:11pm On May 12, 2020
herlecks:
Yes, hidden. There's no problem, I've got a place of rest. Thanks

Still not quite understanding, however, I sincerely thank u for being honorable enough to reply.

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Re: Pastoral Ministry by elveco: 9:29pm On May 14, 2020
hupernikao:


No argument is unnecessary Sir, especially when it is to clear confusion or shed light to things. By contributing alone on the post already set your words up for evaluation and test with the scriptural truth. Things said have to be proven with the scriptures Sir. If that is what you call arguments then you are already part.

No offence ... Thank you
Re: Pastoral Ministry by petra1(m): 4:53am On May 15, 2020
Maximus69:

Tell him that all the Pastors he can think of in this world today will perish,

That's Hate speech . You are very wrong . The ministry of God hasn't changed . He gives Pastor to the people after his own heart . It's only God who can reward Pastors for their labours a d sacrifices.
Re: Pastoral Ministry by Nobody: 5:47am On May 15, 2020
petra1:


That's Hate speech . You are very wrong . The ministry of God hasn't changed . He gives Pastor to the people after his own heart . It's only God who can reward Pastors for their labours a d sacrifices.


Hate speech means motivational talks against governmental authorities and it's tantamount to treason!

God's only begotten son said his own followers must not be addressed with religious titles! Matthew 23:8-9

He said this because worldly Politicians makes use of religious title chiefs to fetch for voters when seeking Political appointments, that's why Jesus strictly warned his own followers that they are no part of the world! John 17:14-16

Satan is the Ruler of the world {Luke 4:6-7: John 14:30; 2Corinthians 4:4; 1John 5:19} he is using Politics to divide people, so Jesus' instruction regarding religious titles is a sefety measure to keep his followers away from Satan's trap!

Of course we do have Christians in the congregation of God today serving as Apostles, Pastors, Prophets and so on but they're not to be addressed publicly by their spiritual portfolios, it's only God and their fellow Christian brothers and sisters who we knows their true worth.

God bless you! smiley
Re: Pastoral Ministry by petra1(m): 8:22am On May 15, 2020
Maximus69:
Hate speech means motivational talks against governmental authorities and it's tantamount to treason!

That’s your small mind definition

Hate speech is defined by Cambridge Dictionary as "public speech that expresses hate or encourages violence towards a person or group based on something such as race, religion, sex, or sexual orientation".

Tell him that all the Pastors he can think of in this world today will perish. .

Curse

God bless you

blessing

James 3:10-11
Out of the same mouth proceedeth blessing and cursing. My brethren, these things ought not so to be.. . .
Re: Pastoral Ministry by Nobody: 9:06am On May 15, 2020
petra1:


That’s your small mind definition

Hate speech is defined by Cambridge Dictionary as "public speech that expresses hate or encourages violence towards a person or group based on something such as race, religion, sex, or sexual orientation".



Curse



blessing

James 3:10-11
Out of the same mouth proceedeth blessing and cursing. My brethren, these things ought not so to be.. . .


It's OK Sir, what is certain is if all these people parading themselves as religious title chiefs in the public should stop the nonsense Jesus will be happy because he condemned the act and CURSED those doing it.

So if you're one of them, try to repent today before it's too late, it doesn't cost Jesus anything to destroy all those disobeying his orders {Luke 19:27} the earth began with just a pair, the number grew to hundreds of thousands when God destroyed all only to spare eight souls! Luke 17:26

You deliberately overlooked the fact that there are Christians who are obeying Jesus' orders, you're just particular about what affects your own false beliefs.

I've played my own part, and i'm not going to relent in declaring what Jesus said in the Bible {Matthew 10:26-27} Jesus said
Woe onto all those parading themselves as religious title chiefs! Matthew 23:2-12

God bless you! smiley

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