Sabbath School-Charles Sanders
Youth Director-Tyrone Douglas
Education Superintindent-Buford Griffith III
Ministerial Director-Eddie Polite
Community Services-Durandel Ford
Yesterday’s meeting concluded at around 6:00 pm. In my opinion, the climax of the meeting had to be the clear disdain for the nominations of Weegar and Davis. The massive amount of people who rejected their nominations sent a clear message that constituents want leadership not political games that waste the resources of the conference. I wonder what Davis and Weegar are thinking right now. I wonder what their next steps will be.
Nevertheless, though some nominations are questionable, particularly that there are no women in administrative leadership yet again! We will see how the new president moves forward to mend this conference and bring unity amongst ministerial leaders. That’s a lot of testosterone all in one place.Reading some of the comments regarding the new education superintendent, I hope our new president monitors this person and holds him to a high standard to develop and grow our schools.
The new ministerial director has a huge responsibility to lead, can he distance himself from City Temple politics and be a leader and advocate for all ministers in this conference? Concerns amongst ministerial leadership are that he is not the best fit for the position. However, the people have spoken and we will see how he chooses to lead.
I have to say constituents TFS is proud of you! You stayed the course and voted for change! I am considering taking this blog to hiatus to allow the new administration some time to make changes and lead. I welcome input on this decision.
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