The Pastors Network

Who is the director?

Dr. Michael McKinney, Senior Pastor of World for Jesus International Christian Center and Ministries is the director of the fellowship.  The idea of the Pastor's Network was really launched when Dr. McKinney wrote an article for the Christian Times entitled, "Pastoring the Smaller Church."  Many pastors called to say how much they were blessed by the article and when they 
heard about the fellowship, they began to come.   

The key verse the Lord gave the Pastor's Network is found in Psalm 133:1-5

"Behold, how good and how pleasant it is for brethren to dwell together in unity! It is like the precious ointment upon the head, that ran down upon the beard, even Aaron's beard: that went down to the skirts of his garments; As the dew that descended upon the mountains of Zion: for there the Lord commanded the blessing, even life forevermore."

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What is  the code of ethics for the Pastors at the Network?

1.  We do not proselyte.  We believe strongly in commitment and dedication to the local church.  Pastors do not proselyte members from fellow pastors.  Evangelists and missionaries do not proselyte members from  the churches they visit. The Evangelist and the missionary regards the pastor as God's servant for that particular congregation and they respect him/her. Their purpose is to encourage, uplift and edify the church and likewise the pastors recognize the contribution that the evangelist and missionary play in the growth of the church and honor them as special gifts to the body of Christ.  It is truly a five-fold ministry that is needed in the church today... working together as a team.

2.  We pray for one another.  As fellow clergy, there are times of difficulty in ministry, personally and professionally.  The Pastor's Network believes in praying for one another, and preferring one another in the most holy faith.  

3.  We support one another.  Whenever possible, pastors help pastors.  They work together on ministry projects, answering questions, sharing advice and recommendations, and at times the network even shares financially with assist in missionary and/or charity project.

4.  We love one another.  We believe that ministers are all servants of God.  Jesus Christ is the chief shepherd and therefore we are co-laborers one with another.  The sheep and the ministry belongs to the Lord.  Therefore, we are not in competition.  Our goal is to see our brother succeed in the calling and ministry he/she has been called too.  When good things happen and blessings come
to our brothers and sisters we rejoice; when difficulties occur we weep -- but we do it together 


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Code of Ethics

All Ministers credentialed by World for Jesus International are expected to embrace and practice the code of ethics of this organization. Failure to do so is cause for non-renewal of credentials.