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However, that is not to say there will not be potential problems and issues.

“There’s no guarantee of interviews, but we know that this way of getting call-seekers and prospective employers together works.

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LOUIS – While some 600 Presbyterians are gathered here this week for worship, fellowship and topical workshops at Big Tent, 27 others are here for a very different purpose: seeking their next call to ministry in the Presbyterian Church (U. A.) “Face-to-Face” – sponsored by the Church Leadership Connection in the Office of the General Assembly (OGA) – periodically brings together Presbyterian ministers (and candidates) seeking jobs and churches and other PC(USA)-related institutions with open positions.

“It’s almost like Presbyterian speed-dating,” said San Dawna Ashley, manager for call process support and teaching elder ministries in OGA.

“This is an opportunity to go beyond PIFs (Personal Information Forms) and MIFs (Ministry Information Forms) and match faces and personalities with names.” In a perfect world, all 27 call-seekers will be employed by the time Big Tent concludes on July 8, as there are also 27 calling organizations represented at this Face-to-Face.

But, of course, that’s not the way the PC(USA)’s call system works.

He was trying to help young men and women stop hurting each other through the endless hooking up, breaking up, hooking up, breaking up, etc. Dating / courting has turned into an elaborate set of unwritten rules which must be followed to the letter, no matter what the circumstances. But the reality is, you can’t slap these practices on top of every relationship and expect the relationship to go well.