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Code Of Conduct
Code Of Conduct
The Minister should always be aware of his high and sacred calling.
(2 Timothy 4:1-5)
The minister should give diligent attention to the personal practice of biblical disciplines (
(1 Timothy 6:11-12)
), and to the personal development of the fruit of the Spirit.
The minister should give adequate time to develop and maintain a spiritual readiness for faithfully discharging their ministerial responsibilities.
(2 Timothy 2:15)
The Minister should perform his ministerial responsibilities using his God-given skills and talents.
The minister should maintain a high moral standard in both speech and conduct.
(1 Timothy 6:1-10)
The minister should strive to ever be commendable in manners and modest in appearance.
(1 Timothy 3:1-7, 4:12)
The minister should always conduct financial and business transactions in a manner that is above reproach.
The minister should strive to give leadership in discipline and conduct in their home and manage their family with consistency.
(1 Timothy 3:8-13)
The minister should adequately care for their own physical, emotional and psychological well-being.
The Minister is a representative of Passion Week Mission International and should seek to reflect and enhance its good reputation at all times.
The minister should respect the offices of the fellowship's district, provincial and national leadership and seek to cooperate with district, provincial and national initiatives.
The minister should seek to enhance, and not disparage, the work of both their predecessor and successor
The Minister should support mainly missionaries and initiatives of Passion Week Mission International, agencies and partners that have been approved.
The minister should steadfastly keep guard over their congregation and refrain from giving ministry privileges to any questionable persons.
The minister should seek to be engaged in community activities that serve to enhance their good testimony and not interfere with other essential ministerial duties.
The Minister should refrain from any form of interference in the affairs of another organization.
The minister should actively engage in methods of evangelism and outreach that would honour the Lord and the core values of Passion Week Mission International, also respecting the Ministry of other organizations and assemblies.
The minister should accept their calling as a sacred obligation and faithfully perform those duties.
The Minister should acknowledge its responsibility as a spiritual shepherd of his flock, as well as those who have no shepherd.
(1 Peter 5:1-4)
The Minister should consider service and ministry as primary and remuneration and rewards as secondary.
The Minister should never violate the trust of those seeking help, except when disclosure is prescribed by law.
The Minister should seek to maintain the good reputation of his church and / or his team in the missionary community, and his testimony against Not Yet believers.
The minister should take a leading interest in the Ministry's property, seeing that it is kept in proper repair without creating burdensome financial obligations.
The minister should see that true and accurate account of the ministry's records are kept at all times.
The minister should be actively involved in mission activities, locally, provincially, nationally and internationally.
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