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LITTLE ROCK CHURCH OF DELIVERANCE: PROPOSAL FOR STRATEGIC PLANNING
Dr. Daniel Moosbrugger
Liberty Baptist Theological Seminary
In Partial Fulfillment of the Requirements for CLED 620
Melvin A. Moore
25 May 2011
To the readers of this paper, you will notice that the name of [sic] G-d is not spelled out as it is done with reverence to the name and sovereignty therein. Furthermore, with consideration that this paper might be defaced or destroyed at a later time and this should not come of the name as identified in Deuteronomy 12:3-4. However, this shall not apply when relating scripture as to be obedient to the instruction of Deuteronomy 4:2.
Little Rock Church of Deliverance (the Rock) is a settled church located in the Seventh Ward, South East sector of Washington, the District of Columbia. The church leadership comprises of a pastor, assistant pastor, youth pastor, evangelists, elders, deacons, trustees, and auxiliary leaders; furthermore, its roster is accounted as 250 members with a steadfast increase of new members entering the fold monthly. Serving as the headquarters of the Church of Deliverance Conference (C.O.D.), the leadership gives oversight to several other churches as the pastor is the Chief Apostle, Bishop of Administration, Minister of Music, President of the Women’s Department, and several other departments and ministries. It would seem on the surface that the ministry is progressing without effort yet I would challenge you to consider that the reason is planning; moreover, that it is through strategic planning of individuals, departments, and ministries that progression has been made on various levels. Through observations, this paper purpose is to emphasize the importance of the Rock, as a united body, doing...