DO YOU DESIRE TO BE A PASTOR IN YOUR PARISH?
ARE YOU FINDING IT DIFFICULT TO GET ORDAINED?
IS YOUR SENIOR PASTOR NOT LOOKING YOUR WAY?
If your answer to any of these questions is YES, then you need to pick a copy of my book titled “I MUST DO THE MASTER’S BUSINESS“. This book explains the step by step approach to become a pastor with ease!
Excerpts from the book on how to become a pastor WITHOUT ATTENDING A SEMINARY:
- Join the workforce (Any department is okay, but preferably Evangelism or Prayer)
- Attend ALL weekly programs in the church
– Prayer meeting (Monday)
– Men’s fellowship (Tuesday)
– Bible study (Wednesday)
– Street evangelism (Thursday)
– Night vigil (Friday)
-Worker’s meeting (Saturday)
– ALL Sunday services (9am, 11am, 2pm, 4pm)
- ALWAYS wear suit and tie (No matter the temperature) and buy a big bible with Concordance and carry it with you at all times. Never be seen without it.
- End every sentence with “Gawd blesh you” (You need to start working on your accent as early as possible). You must learn to smile like a fool even when insulted.
- Show maximum loyalty to the senior pastor and his family (You must be ready to break bottle on anyone’s head for their sake).
- Suggest investment ideas to expand the ministry to the senior pastor.
- Always sit in the front row during services, and loiter around the senior pastor’s office at all times. (This is to ensure you are at the pastor’s beck and call). Remember, out of sight is out of mind.
- Learn to speak in strange languages. THIS IS VERY CRUCIAL to show your level of spirituality.
- It is very important to hook a sister to marry because you will be seen as a risk if you are made a pastor while unmarried.
- Finally, be a sower in the ministry.
If you follow these steps consistently for 6 months and you don’t get ordained, the interpretation is that you are not called to serve under anybody. Go and start your own ministry.
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