The Hyles Church Manual (Part One – chapters ) Church Business Go to Part Two by Dr. Jack Hyles. Introduction With pleasure and profit, I have read the. Hyles Church Manual has 14 ratings and 1 review. Congratulations! You’ve been called by God to be a preacher, and He’s given you a church. With pleasure and profit, I have read the manuscript, Hyles’ Church Manual. I wish that this book had been published years ago so that many pastors and.
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Again, cards are passed out. This is especially needful concerning the deacon board. There are a few things that I insist upon as the pastor.
We do not ask the people to sign the card. Now Brother Rausch will accept the keys for the church. Nobody knows the hours that C. Suppose, for example, that the secretaries need some stationery. The building should depict the personality of the church. This is over and above their regular weekly tithe.
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Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. Church treasurer, Glen Smith; Assistant. Lail raised their hands. That man does not even belong to our church. The amount of the offering on the envelope is transferred to the ledger card for the permanent record of the family or of the child. He just loves the First Baptist Church of Hammond.
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Perhaps a building has been built which would necessitate the increase of the utilities. Are there any corrections or additions?
The clerk, or chairman, or pastor then should uyles to the congregation, in detail, the action that is being recommended. It is very important that the pastor know parliamentary procedure. The pastor should know how to handle a motion and even an amendment to a motion. Hence, the budget is drawn up at their regular meetings.
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They should be trained that the pastor will take an offering mabual there is a need and that if he says there is a need, there is a need. In such things as the building program, the borrowing of money, the buying of songbooks, the painting of the building, the remodeling of the building, the buying of new property, etc.
The first week in December is a good time for this. Ed Rausch will accept the building and give the words from the board of deacons, our building committee. Again, let us reemphasize the fact that the entry is made in the book upon order and not upon payment and that the balance determines the amount that can be ordered.
If you can compose yourself, we want you to lead our dedication chugch. The Pastor should encourage the church members to call on him when they are sick.
We demand and expect that our deacons be loyal-loyal to the church, loyal to the pastor, loyal to the program of the church, and loyal to what God is doing through the church and through the pastor.
This gives us the assurance that we may spend anything in the surplus fund without affecting the budget. The ground should be broken by the hylds, deacon chairman, or some other important member. We praise Him for it.
The church then votes to adopt the budget. We do appreciate you. We praise Him for this opportunity and this occasion, for surely the blessings of God have been on this congregation, this ministry, Brother Jack Hyles, and his good staff.
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Appoint a building committee. They are informed as to the total expenditures for the month, total receipts fhurch the month, and present balance in the church account. Back to the tables they go for other handwork, etc. The deacons were originally chosen by God if the men chosen in the sixth chapter of Acts were, for a fact, deacons-and I think they were to help the pastor, to lift up his hands, to hylws serve him, to be a boost to him, and to be a help to him.
A motion was made by Dave Gifford and seconded by Dave Sharp that these applicants be received into our membership. Approximately pastors attended. How I thank God for those men through the years whom God has given me to hold up my hands in prayer and to work with manuall in the work of the church and Lord Jesus Christ. The Bible is brought up.
Edwards hjles their companies a big hand, shall we? As I think of this building, I realize that it is made of brick, of stone, of wood, and it is constructed in a way that it will probably last for scores of years. By no means have we been exhaustive in this chapter.