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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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Embu Police boss Mark Wanjala said the woman who separated with the pastor in 2016 had attended the baptism of their son at the church.
All the pastors have thanked DC Abbottabad for his encouraging behavior and paid rich tribute to him.
And just before he founded the Pastor Council, Welch briefly worked as the executive director of the Republican Party in Harris County, where he would get to know many of the politicians that would animate his later campaigns.
Every time Pastor buys something, he always gets two.
The pastor as theologian was an important model in the church until the early 19th century.
Upon returning to school after a number of years in pastoral ministry, it struck me that there was a disconnect between the sorts of theological questions I wanted to engage with as a pastor and the way those questions were being framed in the classroom.
For more information about the Chinese Community Church of South Bay and Pastor Jay Cordova, visit: http://www.
Dalia Guerrero Pastor hides from the eyes of the public in order to avoid the pending murder charges against her for the death of (the boys') father, the deceased Ferdinand "Enzo" Pastor," said the petition.
I've had the privilege of cleaning the church for many years and Pastor Barrus has always shown his appreciation for my efforts.
Pastor Jay responds by continuing to let men live in the church and sleep in the parking lot.
In a letter released to family members in Tehran today, Pastor Saeed underscores the danger he faces daily:
Gerwyn Marshallsea, 65, pastor of Coastlands Community Church, Colcot, Barry, set up the Vale Foodbank at the church last year.