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What are the
in the Baptist Church?
BAPTISM AND COMMUNION
The type of Church Government that Employ
Once you are ordained what authority will you have in the Church and the Body of Christ?
The Authority to Pastor, Perform Weddings, Baptism, and Serve Communion.
What type of Church Government Enpowers the Pastor of a Church is known as:
The type of Church Government used by many Baptist Churches that has strong hierarchial authority that resides in the Bishop who has the power to issue ordination are known as:
Who is the Presiding Bishop of the FGBCF
Bishop Paul S Morton Sr.
Who is the Southern Atlantic Regional Bishop of the FGBCF?
Bishop W. Oshea Granger
The color of the clerical cord worn by District Overseers are:
Who was the First State Bishop of South Carolina?
Bishop Alfred Jackson
North Western District Overseer Director
Overseer G Curtis Patterson
Who is the 2nd Presiding Bishop of the FGBCF?
Bishop Neil Ellis
Who is the South Central District Overseer/Director
District Director Thomas Williams
Who is the 3rd Presiding Bishop of the FGBCF?
Bishop Clarence McClendon
The color of the clerical cord worn by Elders?
The color of the clerical shirt worn by the General Overseers:
According to Ephesians 4:7-12 we believe as Full Gospel Baptist that spiritual gifts are given to the body of Christ to :
According to Acts 20:27 an 1:8 we believe as Full Gospel Baptist in the eternal power of Calvary and:
The Power of the Pentecost
As Full Gospel Baptist Churches follow this form of Church Government:
The form of churches Government that allows the board or Elders to obtain a high level of authority to make decision for the congregation is known as:
What is the acrostic meaning of the Full Gospel Baptist Church Fellowship
Why is it implemented and for what particular tier of Leadership?
Loyalty to Fellowship
Assimilate Full Gospel Distinctives
To assist Pastors in implementing the Full Gospel Distinctives.
In your own words identify and explain two of the 15 distinctives with details of its meaning and purpose.
1. We believe in the autonomy of the local church as an independent entity.
2. We believe that all believers are baptized with the Holy Ghost and all believers should be filled with the Holy Ghost.
What are the two ordinances recognized in the Baptist Church?
In your own words define each as you understand it from your ordination study guide.
Why are they so significant?
Baptism submerse adults in water and believe the death and life of Jesus Christ and the newness of life.
Communion is the body of Jesus Christ. The bread is He's body. The wine is He's blood.
What is the meaning of Ordination as it refers to Eldership and what are the benefits and authority given to those who hold such credentials:
Credential for the state to recognize weddings, marriages, baptism, communion, Tax breaks, Pastorial Work, Assistant Pastorial Work.
Identify at Least 3 three principals of Eldership as defined in the ordination study guide:
Prayerful, Tither, Peacemaker
Why and how should you like your Pastor:
A. Maintaining the same level of integrity.
B. Being in agreement with His teaching.
C. Never give or make members choose between the two (be one spirit)
As Full Gospel Baptist we do not subscribe to the doctrine of:
The Full Gospel Distinctives theme or idea is about:
The Power of the Pentecost
The Holy Spirit
The Gift of the Holy Spirit
Ordination is a process by which a minister is:
The Full Gospel Baptist Church follow What Doctrine and is what Faith?
Why was it implemented and for what particular tier of leadership?
To assist Pastor in implementing the Full Gospel Distinctives
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