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Elaine W. Barnett

Elaine W. Barnett is a Certified Christian Educator and ordained elder. She has served in several congregations as an educator and she is a former associate executive presbyter for Tampa Bay Presbytery.

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By Elaine W. Barnett
The Big Book of Presbyterian Stewardship deals in a practical, clear, easy-to-understand manner with the full extent of financial issues that face a church. With a comprehensive scope, this book offers a fresh perspective and fun ideas for people who...
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By Elaine W. Barnett, Eugenia Gamble
How do we talk about stewardship in times of employment insecurity, financial instability, and economic turmoil? Should we just hang our heads, talk about other things, and hope that this too shall pass? Or do we have a unique responsibility to bring...
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By Elaine W. Barnett
It is the responsibility of session members to create and adopt a budget for the mission and ministry of the congregation. While the Book of Order clearly describes the budget-building responsibilities of the session, how that responsibility is carri...
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By Elaine W. Barnett, Louis B. Weeks
When Presbyterian ministers, elders, and deacons accept a call to church leadership, they promise to "receive and adopt the essential tenets of the Reformed faith as expressed in the confessions of our church." And each week we stand with our fellow ...
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By Elaine W. Barnett, Louis B. Weeks
The goal of this session is to acquaint church leaders with specific information about the theological and organizational model of the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.). A heavy emphasis on the historical roots and basic practices of the congregation is p...
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By Elaine W. Barnett, Martin E. Marty
More than a billion people in the world, a sixth of the human race, consider themselves Roman Catholic Christians. It is helpful for Catholics and non-Catholics to understand the history, beliefs, and practices of this large group of Christians. The ...

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