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Some well-intentioned pastors spend most of their time trying to take care of their weakest role. For example, those with poor administrative skills may spend endless hours preparing the bulletin and midweek paper, running errands, taking care of the facility and doing detail work. Weak in delegation and follow-through, these poor stewards find it easier to do it all themselves . . . A wiser course of action is for pastors to specialize in their strongest role, developing its full potential. They will also want to excel in their second role, using it for the glory of God. The weakest role is the snag. It takes two kinds of action to compensate. One is to improve it enough to stay out of trouble and avoid a trail of damage. The second is to find people who will compensate for the weakness because it is their role of strength. From Setting Your Church Free, by Neil T. Anderson & Charles Mylander, published…

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