Accommodating religious practices in the workplace
Though these elements are not the only ones necessary in a mentoring relationship, they are established as foundational to the process.
In both cases musicians neglect the Great Commission mandate when they could have had great impact for Christ in their culture.They are often criticized by the church for being too worldly and by the world for being too Christian.As a result many are frustrated and confused, and they have left the church to get fully involved in their culture without any impact for the sake of Christ.Arriving at a definition of vision casting as “images that inspire action,” the project examined what key communication factors senior pastors identified as present in their vision casting for a new church.Readers discover not only the key communication factors that each senior pastor identified in casting a church planting vision, but also the issues that arose through the images that were created."While current research suggests that the church in the United States is in decline, existing churches have a tremendous opportunity to direct their resources toward the planting of new churches.
This can happen when senior pastors of existing churches become convinced that their church must reproduce and then subsequently cast a compelling vision for reproduction to their congregations.
Such vision-achieving churches have certainly learned how to hire for better fit.
The results of each case showed strong correlation with one another as well as with the biblically-derived and best practice supplemented “right fit” hiring process developed herein.
First, they need to know music from a biblical and theological perspective.
Second, they need to integrate their music and their walk with Christ.
And third, they need to engage their culture for Christ while being fully involved and accountable in a church that will help them to be in the world but not of the world.