I think there is a certain entrepreneurial aspect that is required to plant a church that may not normally be an inclination of those training to be theologians.
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As one delegate at Synod 2008 stated, in comparing ministry associates with ministers of the Word, they are “equal in function, but differ in honor”. What does this mean for the church today, in particular, with regard to the office of ministry associates? Allow me to make a few propositions that invite reaction.
Ministry Associate Rod Hugen had Synod 2010 delegates in stitches when he read his poem. It was performed at the dinner honoring Calvin College and Seminary retirees including Henry DeMoor. With Rod's permission, here's the full text for your reading pleasure.