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About Ministers, Ethics, And You!

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Social Media has once again highlighted the need for us all to remember that as ministers and saints Ethics and conducting ourselves in an ethical manner is never and will never be out of date. Ethics carries no particular color of organizational Fellowship Card.  No one in God’s Kingdom has an exception or license to be unethical in their conduct with others.

I cringe when I hear of:

  1. Pastors and saints proselytizing other saints.
  2. Evangelists, Missionaries and Home Missions Pastors communicating with saints in a local church, and even asking for money.
  3. Pastors taking people out of another church so that they can use them and their “ministry” in their church.
  4. Never asking the saint’s Pastor, but going behind the Pastor’s back and talking and visiting with the church member.

If these subjects and others are important to you, than click on a picture and you will be taken to a blog post with additional information and thoughts on the subject.

1. I’m Talking About Your Pastor And That Other Guy

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I’m Talking About Your Pastor And That Other Guy

2. Larry, The Confused Lamb

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Larry, The Confused Lamb

3. Preachers, Facebook and Begging For Money

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Preachers, Facebook and Begging For Money

4.The Suicide Drink

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The Suicide Drink

5. You Don’t Fall Down In One Town And Get Up In Another

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You Don’t Fall Down In One Town And Get Up In Another

6. He Prayed For The Big Church Across Town

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He Prayed For The Big Church Across Town

Written by Martyn Ballestero

February 23, 2014 at 4:02 pm

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  1. How very sad that a minister of the gospel would have to be reminded of ethics! Unfortunately, it is so needed. That’s for being that voice!! I love your blogs!!!

    Carlene

    February 23, 2014 at 9:17 pm


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