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Call to Preach, The

Call to Preach, The
ISBN
1885118031
Weight
1.00 lbs
Cover
Paper

Pages
64

Size
6x9

Date Available
1996/07/30


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$5.95 (4.46)
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Strong convictions and articulate expression
“Del Pino came to my attention as a student in my classes at Garrett Theological Seminary. His strong convictions and articulate expression concerning the preaching ministry led me to encourage him to offer them for publication. The result is the present manuscript, which I commend to your attention.
It is blending of his thought with autobiographical insights, drawn from experience in the prize ring and also the campus ministry, lend a winsome quality to his work.”–Merrill R. Abbey, Professor Emeritus, Garrett-Evangelical Theological Seminary

Serves as an inspiration
Aspiring to become a professional boxer as a youth, Jerome F. Del Pino received a call from God to preach in 1930. Without giving up his love of boxing, Reverend Del Pino has devoted his life to the ministry of the United Methodist Church. As pastor of many churches throughout the United States, he has had a rich ministry to the youth and to people in need.

In this book he emphasizes the importance of basing one’s ministry on an authentic call by God. He also provides the reader with insights about the nature of the call to preach and how that calling can become manifest in effective and realistic preaching.

This book can serve as an inspiration to all who read it. It is particularly recommended as a guide to the young preacher or layperson who can benefit from the insight and experience of Del Pino’s life of service as a minister to others.

Table of Contents
Acknowledgments
My Call to Preach
The Meaning of Preaching
The Need for Spiritual Preparation
Let Christ Show God’s Will
A Call to Reveal God to All People
The Meaning of Realistic Preaching
Humility
About the Author

REVEREND JEROME F. DEL PINO, was born in 1913, in Tampa, Florida. Aspiring to become a professional boxer, one night in 1930 he felt the call by God to preach. He attended Claflin College Pastoral Training Center in Orangeburg, South Carolina, Alabama State College and Garrett Theological Seminary in Evanston, Illinois. He did postgraduate studies at Northwestern, Yale, and American Universities.

Del Pino was minister at Bethel United Methodist Church in Plant City, Florida, served as Director of Religious Education at Bethune-Cookman College in Clearwater, Florida, and later became the college pastor. He became pastor of Palen Methodist Church in Savannah, Georgia, where he organized the Georgia State Voters League, which was instrumental in procuring racial representation in all departments of government. He served as Secretary of both the South Florida Conference and the Savannah, Georgia Conferences of the United Methodist Church.

In Lexington, Kentucky, while pastoring Asbury and Wesley United Methodist Churches, he trained and coached the AAU Golden Glove boxing team, Blue Grass Chapter 4 of the Fraternal Order of Police, of which he became an honorary member

Del Pino, was the minister at Camphor Memorial Church, in St. Paul, Minnesota, where he also served seven years on the Board of Education. Del Pino also has ministered in Los Angeles California, where he organized the Youth Ecumenical Movement (Y.E.M.), in Morristown, Tennessee, as Chaplain at Morristown College and the Memorial Hospital. He pastored Wiley Memorial United Methodist Church in Chattanooga, Tennessee; and while there, he worked to have Ninth Street renamed Martin Luther King Drive.

After retiring, Reverend Del Pino took up a chaplaincy at St. Paul Ramsey Hospital, gave occasional sermons, taught Black history classes, and, with his wife Flossie, coordinated work on Religion and Race in the area. He is the recipient of numerous awards and honors for his dedicated service.

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