Introduction Pastor Moses J. Taylor, Sr.
Introduction of Pastor Moses James Taylor, Sr. As a minister over 21 years, I have struggled with all of the issues of pastoral ministry, including a passion to grow a slow-growing church. I began my first pastorate with a crowd of 10 people. After almost eight months of hard labor the church had grown to a comfortable 35 in weekend attendance. I spent those years, like most pastors, trying to figure out how to advance and grow the church. I devoured countless church growth books and attended conferences from one end of the country to the other end. Eventually a pattern began to emerge that affected the way that I viewed and conducted ministry. I came to understand that the ministries of the church were essentially delivery systems of God’s effectiveness. I realized that a large part of being a pastor meant that I was responsible to develop an empower people around me to develop effective ministries that connected and lead them in the words of God. The biblical example, for this is found in Ephesians 4:12 where the job of the pastor is defined as quoted; equipping Christians so that they can do the work of the ministry. Equipping includes everything from new ministry development, to vision casting, to recruiting, to training and to educate man and woman into ministry. This is the unique function of the pastor.
Experienced: Minister, and a member of the BMA in Boston MA for (18) years. Presently, pasturing the, The Anointed Church of Dorchester, Ma for (1.9) months. I served as part-time pastor at the Roslindale Baptist Church for (1.5) one year and six months. More than (19) years of pastoral experience, during which a number of healing methods were employed, including conflict resolution. Served as a Prison Ministry coordinator for both Ebenezer Baptist Church and Peoples Baptist Church, for over (7) years. Worked as the Protestant Chaplain at the Suffolk County House of Correction, (5) years. In addition, was Interim pastor at Lily of The Valley Baptist Church of Boston MA, for (2) years. I served as an intern at the Middlesex Superior Court in Cambridge MA as a Probation Officer in training for more than (15) months.
Education: Master of Arts, Pastoral Counseling Studies May, 2005
American Baptist Certificate of Continuing Education May 2004
Diploma in Religious Education May, 1997
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