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From Worship Leader to Lead Pastor - Of course they don't use that terminology in the Church of England, but Tim Hughes is moving from the church that gave the world The Alpha Course to be "Priest in Charge" of a church in downtown London. "While a significant change for the worship leader, he's keen to point out he won't be putting his guitar down anytime soon. Inspired by a book called Chasing Francis he says he wants to become an 'artist pastor' who leads in creative ways. He said: 'You lead out of who you are. I don't want to think the leader who works in a church is someone who does x,y,z. It's what are my gifts? What are my strengths? The big thing is leading with a team, and a community. I'm not gifted in everything so I need people who can help supplement that.'"

David and Goliath is Next in a line of Religious Epics - The film's director: "'Well first off, I'm not only a director, but also an evangelist,' ...

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