The role of the Pastor in providing leadership in the church is a very significant spiritual responsibility. The Church’s progress to a large extent will depend on the Pastor’s ability to identity potentials in the members of his Church and help to develop such potentials to profitable use. Pastors are spiritual guides and life coaches raised by God to challenge their followers until the dormant abilities or latent potentials in them become potent.
Jesus spent a lot of time teaching the church of His days. The truth of God’s will is to develop a sound foundation for a proper discipleship program in the church. God’s plan for a healthy and comprehensive church growth is that disciples be trained. Christian workers exercise their discipleship when they learn to effectively witness their faith, pray with other persons, visit the sick, preach the Gospel, teach the word, minister to the elderly and perform all other ministries that are part of being a disciple of Jesus Christ. When Christians lay people are discipled, they in turn are to disciple others. This is the key to the multiplication of ministry. This is the way Christianity is meant to expand according to God’s plan of multiplication. This book, Manual on Ministerial Training for Church Workers is designed for Ministerial Training that will help Church Leaders develop the potentials in the lives of their Church members.