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Teologi Petrus; 1 Petrus 5; Pemimpin Kristen; Kepemimpinan


Spiritual leaders play a very important role in the development and growth of the church. They are not only responsible for leading and teaching the congregation, but must also be concerned for the spiritual and emotional well-being of its members. Being competent is not an easy job. A spiritual leader in the context of the New Testament can be seen from the lives of Jesus' disciples. They were also competent pastors who had the leadership skills and qualities required of the day. They lead the congregation and guide according to the purpose that God calls leaders in every context.


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