From: David Tetzlaff (email suppressed)
Date: Mon Feb 11 2008 - 14:02:01 PST
> Dear Amazon.com Customer,
> As someone who has purchased or rated books by Jack Smith, you might
> like to know that ""Climbing the Ladder for Christ"" is now
> available. You can order yours for just $13.99 by following the link
> "Climbing the Ladder for Christ"
> Jack Smith
> Price: $13.99
> To learn more about "Climbing the Ladder for Christ", please visit
> the following page at Amazon.com:
> Book Description
> God desires our work for Him to be done with excellence and to do
> things in an orderly fashion. Upon completing seminary a pastor
> serves in a local church and is faced with many obstacles that have
> to do with processes and people. Many of these skills require
> dealing with administrative and strategic tasks. This book offers a
> fresh perspective on applying the principles and methods for more
> effective pastoral leadership by using simple thought processes and
> tools that are provided in the reading. What a blessing to have such
> a tool that can help move ministry to a higher level and prepare you
> for the work the Lord has called you to do. In 1999 Jack received
> his calling to be a pastor. He has been actively following and
> serving the Lord in many areas. Currently Jack is an associate
> pastor at the Louisburg Baptist Temple involved in leading praise
> and worship, discipleship, preaching and teaching new members class.
> Jack has completed studies at the Kansas City Baptist Temple
> Shepherd School of Ministry in 2007 and was the recipient of the
> Christian Leadership Award. Jack and his wife Kelly of 28 years now
> live in Drexel, Missouri. They have three daughters; Megan, Alissa
> and Jessica, and one grandson. He has been in music ministry
> fourteen years, releasing his first album in 2002 called "River of
> Love." Jack works hand in hand with his pastor on administrative and
> strategic tasks. Jack has been involved in development and delivery
> of training for over twenty-five years.
Vo doe de oh doe!
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