SIX QUESTIONS TO CONSIDER IF A STAFF MEMBER BECOMES A CANDIDATE TO BE PASTOR – RAINER ON LEADERSHIP #580

ThomRainer.com | 5/17/2016 | Staff
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Thom and Sam discuss the possible scenarios in which a staff member can transition into a lead pastor role. The discussion considers several perspectives including the internal candidate, external candidate, and potential impact on the church.

Questions - Today - Podcast

The six questions from today’s podcast:

Will the staff member have a highly visible role in the interim?

Staff - Members - Pastor

Should staff members resign if they don’t become the pastor?

Does such a move allow for a better transition?

Is a known better than an unknown?

Are alliances formed with the possibility of disappointment?

Possibility - Candidates

Do you communicate the possibility to other candidates?

Other highlights:

Season - Change - Candidate - Secret

Be very cautious in a season of change. It’s hard to keep being an internal candidate a secret.

In most scenarios the internal candidate will have to resign, so be prepared to resign.

Candidate - Alliances

If you have an internal candidate then alliances will be formed.

Talk and pray with your spouse because change is going to happen.

Do - Search - Process - Candidate

Do not side step the search process as an internal candidate.

An external candidate should be made aware of an internal candidate.

Vanderbloemen - Churches

Vanderbloemen has been serving churches for nine...
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