Preachers of the Gospel
Jesus' ministry, before his crucifixion, ran from from the Fall of 26 A.D. to Passover in 30 A.D. John the Baptist's ministry began six months before Christ's and ended in 29 A.D. The apostle Paul was a preacher of the gospel from 33 (after his conversion) to 68 A.D., a span of roughly 35 years.
In modern-day churches there are some who are considered (at least by their own local group) fulfilling one of the five fold ministry roles of an apostle or prophet. They may even take on the term 'apostle' or 'prophet' as part of their perceived leadership title within the church.
Additional Study Materials
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a church be led?
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Start a Church!
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why should we do it?
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ORIGIN of the Pope's title?
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Peter the KEYS
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against Home Fellowships?
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evangelism be set up in a new church?
Definition of Christian Terms
|Antinomianism||Dogma||Heresy||Place of Safety|
|Apocalypse||Dynamic Equivalence||Hermeneutics||Proof texting|
|Armageddon||Five-fold Ministry||Legalism||Sacred Name|
|Bible Codes||Formal Equivalence||Messianic Jew||Satan's Seed|
|Body of Christ||Generational Curse||Millennium||Second Coming|
|Charismatic||Gnosticism||New Age||Speaking in Tongues|
|Cult||Great Tribulation||Occult||Spiritual Warfare|
|Deliverance||Hebrew Roots||Pentecostal||Word of Faith|