Being fairly new to the Baptist Board, I don't know if these aspects of what's mentioned in II Timothy 3:1-13 have been previously covered. However, I would like to read your input and would appreciate your supplying specific NT scriptures to support your position. 1) Can a single, never married, man qualify as a bishop or deacon? He is NOT the husband of one wife is he? 2) Can a married man without children qualify as a bishop or deacon? He cannot have his children in subjection if he has no children can he? 3) Does a bishop or deacon with unruly children disqualify himself for that position? Most discussions I've read say little or nothing about this, but Paul spends more words on this than he does on a bishop's or deacon's marital status.