Galilee United Church Of Christ Analysis

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My Critical Analysis Galilee United Church of Christ was founded under the strong pastor ship of the late Reverend Joseph Mann in the 1900’s. Galilee is found locally in the heart of Oriental, North Carolina, which is the Pamlico Community. After Mann was succumbed, many pastors have served on the chairman for a consecutive of years. Each minister came and made a worthy contribution to the church. The Reverend Leon White, formerly of the Wake Forest area came a rebuilt the church in the year of 1963. After the merger of the Evangelical Reform Church and the Congregational Church. St. Galilee changed the name to Galilee United Church of Christ. Reverend White made a great impact on the youth. He would go around to the different …show more content…
According to W.C. Robinson statement founded in his book, Baker’s Dictionary of Theology. “Our Lord Jesus Christ is the sun about which the whole mission of the church revolves” (www.gotquestions.org.). First, once a church administrator understands his/her own style of leadership he/she can begin to fine-tune their style to reduce the negative tendencies and increase the positives. In order to accomplish the church administrator can identify his/her strengths and weaknesses, and/or through the application of strategic leadership principles. Second, without formal personnel evaluation plans in place the staff will become ineffectual in their roles and will fail to advance the kingdom. To develop a personnel evaluation plan is not always a negative, as the concept of recognition attaches nicely to this process. Third, stewarding financial resources in the church, there will always be those individuals that perceive because they give the most they have the most say, this could not be further from the truth. It is the senior pastor and church administrator that must win this individual to gain their buy-in for the direction the church is heading. In addition, properly developed staff salary packages, mortgage rates or refinancing, and proper allocation policies and procedures …show more content…
Ministry team members are valued not only for their performance contributions to the ministry, but also because they are members of God’s family. The ministry involves teamwork. The ministry team is to be a “family” of people who care about for one another. Goals are pursued selfishly and sacrificially. The key aim to ministry management is to become an assistance to team members to become more “Christlike”. We have to learn how to walk, talk, think, act, and be what He wants us to

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