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pastor

1. a clergyman or priest in charge of a congregation
2. a person who exercises spiritual guidance over a number of people
3. a S Asian starling, Sturnus roseus, having glossy black head and wings and a pale pink body
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We wish Pastor Barrus and his wife, Betty, and son, David, the best of happiness and success as they serve the Lord in Texas and we will always treasure the wonderful teachings of Jesus by Pastor Barrus and his son, David.
Sekulow also cautioned: " We remain concerned for Pastor Youcef's safety.
Like Richard Baxter's Reformed Pastor, it's destined to become a classic.
On Friday, Popular offered to buy Pastor in a stock deal, valuing the La Coruna-based Pastor at EUR1.
The upshot was that the pastor was told that he could no longer carry the column in the parish bulletin.
Pastor Barrie was born in Widnes and worked for more than 35years in Liverpool.
STREET pastors in Coventry have been thanked by the Lord Mayor for their work with some of the most vulnerable people in the community.
As a parochial school principal, I am in agreement with the author in that "There is no stronger team than the pastor and principal who work cooperatively" (Weiss, 2007, p.
Bedard that matrimony should be delayed until the pastor has a degree of certainty about a couple's readiness to celebrate the sacrament.
Through the years as pastor and professor, Killinger scrounged enough time to write fifty provocative and amazingly diverse books
Written by Fred Oaks, a pastor since 1981 and a mentor to dozens of other pastors, Welcome, Pastor