The Adjutant’s Manual

ADJCoverImageThe Adjutant’s Manual is written for the sacred garrison of anointed men and women of God assigned to protect and to serve the leadership of Body of Christ. There are many general references that offer explanations and advice on what Adjutants should do, and how to be an Adjutant; in fact the magnum opus of our craft is found in a book called God’s Armorbearer, by Elder Terry Nance.

The purpose of this Manual is to summarize some of those common elements; but more importantly, the purpose of this Manual is to add another layer to our understanding the role of the Adjutancy in avancing the interests of the ministry, so that when people see you they will recognize that you belong to the elite among Adjutants: “You have been trained by the best; and you have been trained to be the best!” (Detailed Summary: http://global-destiny.org/bishop/TheImprint/adjutancy.html)

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A Compendium of the Episcopacy

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A brilliant and up-to-date Episcopal Preparation manual, covering the history of the Episcopacy, Apostolic Succession and Episcopal Authority, church history, and the forms and rituals of the Episcopacy. This handbook is a one-volume compilation of the best information and best practices of The Episcopacy, in the Pentecostal and Apostolic community.

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Starting All Over!

“That was then, but this is now … I’m starting all over again” — Shirley Caesar

Well … my original WordPress blog expired at a time when I didn’t have the funds to renew it, so I lost most of my original posts. I am going through my own archives to see how many I can retrieve. In the meantime, I have to start over. Come on … take this ride with me!

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