Ministerial

Bill is the voice, writings, and thoughts behind the VocalBillity efforts. He IS “The voice of one crying in the Bewilderness®“, not at all because he is bewildered about his place in the Lord, his place in this world, or even his place among you and yours. It is due to the utter bewilderment of the people that moves his soul into action and causes him to bend-a-knee in prayer for you, for yours, and certainly for himself. Bill is a devoted Christian, an Ordained and Licensed minister, and most especially, a wholly committed and born-again soul. His writings, tweets, and photography snippets are many of the ways he expresses his perspectives on life, love, and certainly the hope of eternal salvation.

  • Called by God to do the Lord’s work
  • Honest and trustworthy
  • Good communicator and listener
  • Thoughtful, caring, warm and sincere
  • Self-starter
  • Confidentiality
  • Strategic thinking
  • Knowledge of social media
  • Seminary degree (Masters of Divinity)
  • Requires exceptional speaking skills and the ability to speak confidently before groups.
  • Ordained (2010)
  • A personal conviction of calling to the pastoral ministry
  • A lifelong commitment to biblical Christian principles and teachings both professionally and personally
  • Possess quality leadership skills
  • Ability to listen effectively and to communicate clearly, both orally and in written form
  • Ability to minister to patients and families in crisis
  • Exceptional verbal communication skills
  • Ability to plan, organize, and exercise independent judgement
  • Demonstrated ability to be open, sensitive, flexible and ecumenical.
  • Participates in ongoing quality improvement processes
  • Promotes individual professional growth and development
  • Personal commitment to sermon preparation, spiritual growth and discipleship.
  • Preach and lead Sunday morning worship services
  • Lead the church through special church services, observation of Lord’s Supper and baptism.
  • Lead the church in a caring ministry for persons in the church and the community
  • Provide leadership support to deacons, church officers, church council, and committees as they perform their assigned responsibilities
  • Provide leadership and guidance with an eye toward growing the congregation, especially in the area of children’s ministries
  • Takes time to study, research, and dream about where God is growing
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