Leadership

  1. JOB DESCRIPTIONS (International setting)
  1. The General Overseer

The General Overseer is the founder of the ministries (PMI) who oversees everything regarding the day to day operations of the ministries. All decision final are made by him regarding spiritual matters that serve as deterrent to decide the fate of the ministries (PMI). The Coordinator for the ministries is next to him in command when it comes to physical or administrative matters.

  • The General Coordinator

The General Coordinator gets orders from the General Overseer and executes them. It is his responsibility that departmental wings in the ministries function well accordingly. He supervises directors of departments within the ministries (PMI). The Administrator serves as his secretary. He reports to the General Overseer.

  • The General Administrator

The General Administrator records and keeps all administrative documents for the ministries. He monitors the administrative aspects of the ministries (PMI). All secretariats from departmental wings must report to the General Administrator who compiles all documents for filing after the General Coordinator has viewed them, and they are submitted to the General Overseer.

  • The Director for Mission

The Director for Mission is responsible for missions on the local and international levels. He is obligated to see that ministries’ undertakings regarding evangelism and education are carried out.

  • Director for Evangelism and Church Planting

He is responsible for evangelism and church planting. He plains and appoints auxiliaries to assist him in executing the technical know how evangelism should be carried out in a given locality or localities. He works in collaboration with the General Coordinator and Director for logistics. The logistical head is obligated to supply all materials needed based on the availability of resources prompted upon request from the Director for Evangelism and Church Planting. If there is a church planted in such place  by the ministries, the local Pastor should support the Director to organize the meeting.

  • Director for Education

The Director for Education works in collaboration with the national and international board to decide what type of schools (religious or secular) should be established to places where the church has been planted. The school or schools established is/are regarded as church school (s) and should bear the name of that local assembly.

  • Director for Logistics

The Director sees that all materials such as housings, vehicles, books etc. are supplied to various departmental heads in a given situation as need be and is/are available. He negotiates and facilitates available material resources that are needed by departments to function effectively and efficiently.

  • Chief of Finance

The Chief of Finance oversees the financial issues of the ministries. He works in collaboration with the board to determine how much fund should be disbursed from the Headquarter to assist the various sub-stations in a given situation as need be or upon request. All reports from the various sub-stations regarding finance on regional and international levels should be forwarded to the Chief of Finance on a quarterly basis, while the national report is submitted to regional office on a monthly basic. He/she shall make an annual report which shall be made available and open for view by donors, and for audit purposes.

  1. General Secretary

The General Secretary is the secretary to the General Overseer. He/she writes communiqués for the overseer. He/she compiles and files all reports/documents submitted by the Coordinator to the General Overseer.

  • Director for Health and Community Development

The Director conducts and facilitates training programs on health and community development thereby bringing awareness to community members on personal hygiene. He/she will oversee health institutions in the ministries.

  • Director for Agriculture

Under the agricultural program, the Director will seek to organize a cooperative under the ministries’ banner. This cooperative, which will comprise ministries’ members and non-members will assist to bringing in funds in the ministries and also will aid cooperative members. The cooperative of PMI will help alleviate problems of food shortages through the empowerment of individual initiatives and creativities. It will help members and community members to also be involved in subsistence farming through training and mobilization initiatives.

  1. JOB DESCRIPTIONS (local church setting)
  1. The Pastor

Pastoral ministry is a vocation of God. Therefore, the ministry is dedicated to a called person giving a divine responsibility to take care of the Assembly of God’s people He/she is in charged with the responsibility to teach, to preach, to pray, and to counsel the sheep (believer). He is purely responsible for spiritual matters. In this regard, he must distribute physical tasks or responsibilities to people in the church to enable him maximize his productivity in the spiritual ministry that God has called him/her to. Besides God, he/she is the highest authority in the local church, Ministries such as evangelistic, prophetic, teaching, and apostolic should submit to his/her authority by virtue of his/her assignment and position as a pastor. See Acts 6:1-15.

  • The Co-pastors

The co-pastors include the assistants and other associate pastors in the church. The co-pastors are to assist the head pastor in discharging spiritual responsibilities in the church. The difference between the pastor and the co-pastors is positional ranking. That is, the pastor is the leader while the co-pastors submit to his authority in love and mutual understanding. Ministries such as evangelism, music, and prayer should be headed by the co-pastors provided there is no mature or trained individual to handle the position. These ministries are spiritual ministries, and they should be led by mature individual who has some ministry experience during the past years. The co-pastors should supervise these spiritual ministries mentioned above.

  • The Administrator

The administrator runs the daily activities of the church ministry administratively. He or she is the head of all auxiliary departmental wings by virtue of his assignment and position. He or she is charged with the responsibility to coordinate and to supervise heads of departmental wings so that they can be effective in their duties. Periodical reports based on quarterly or monthly operations should be given to the administrator by departmental heads. The administrator compiles these reports collectively in a summary form and is given to the church leadership during business meeting. Additionally, the administrator is to be involved in the daily planning of the ministry’s activities regarding church services, and other contingent programs scheduled to be undertaken by the ministries. What does it mean to run daily activities?

  • To monitor, assess, and evaluate progress activities of the church ministries;
  • To be totally involved, not dormant;
  • To be creative and innovative regarding church undertakings;
  • To control, coordinate, and execute church programs or matters that positively affect the church growth and productivity in consultations with the leadership.
  • The Church Secretary

The church secretary is responsible to take weekly statistics regarding church attendance. He or she writes communications for outgoing letters and files incoming letters for the ministries. He or she reads letter in business or church meetings and gives announcement during the week. He or she works in close consultation with head pastor. He or she is the secretary to the pastor as well. He or she must work in consultation with the administrator.

  • The Financial Secretary

The financial secretary records weekly statistics on finance intakes and disbursement. He or she works in collaboration with church treasurer. The financial secretary must give a balance and comprehensive report on church finances regarding income and expenditure during business meeting. He or she must work in consultation with the administrator.

  • The Treasurer

The treasurer is responsible to keeping the church money. This individual must be a man or woman of good moral character and he or she should be a God fearing person. He or she must work in collaboration with the financial secretary. He or she should work in consultation with the administrator.

  • The Women Department

The women department is responsible to organize developmental programs in the church that will enhance the growth of the church. These programs include building projects, fund raisings, teaching seminars (women related teachings) etc. The head for the women department can elect or choose anyone among themselves to serve as their secretary, but the department head is appointed by the head pastor.

  • The Men Department

The men department is responsible to organize programs that will bring development in the church. These programs include building projects, fund raisings, teaching seminars (men related teachings) etc. This department should work in close consultation with administrator and the church leadership.

  1. The Youth Department

The youth department is responsible to introducing developmental programs such as Bible teen time quizzes, youth camps, youth retreats, and many other activities that enhance the growth of the youth ministry. The youth department should work in close consultation with administrator.

  • The Evangelism Department

The evangelism department is responsible for souls winning. This department comprises the entire church membership since everyone is called to win souls. This department is a spiritual arm of the church, and it should be led by a pastor (co-pastor) who has previous ministry experience during the past years. Though this department is not supervised by the administrator, but it should send its progress reports on evangelism to the administrator.

  • The Prayer Department

The prayer department is the nucleus of the church mitochondria that is responsible to pulling down ever strongholds, casting down every imagination, and every high thing that exalt itself against the knowledge of God. This department comprises of intercessors who pray for the spiritual and physical growth of the church ministries. This department should work with all departments to make sure that each department spiritual well-being is restored. It means that the department is responsible for all departmental heads and ministries they are representing in accordance with their areas of functions positional wise. This department should report to the administrator regarding its activities on progress.

  • The Music Department

The music department includes the choir and the praise and worship team. It is responsible to organize musical activities that will bring glory to God in the church. This department is responsible for daily song ministrations in the church during the week.. This department should report to the administrator.

  • The Sanctuary Leader

This position is not found on the organizational chart as a leadership position. Anyone among the leadership or from the congregation can fill this position. The sanctuary leader is responsible to control worship in the house of God. He or she is charged with responsibility to see that musical instruments are in proper order to be played, worshippers are scheduled to perform on specific days, and drawn schedule by the administrator regarding church activities are observed by those concerned. The sanctuary leader enforces the church activities by reminding those who are to play specific roles. He or she is responsible to have periodical meetings with the praise team, the ushers, choirs, and other groups regarding subsequent services during the week. During this meeting, he or she gives other responsibilities to members as deem necessary.