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Discussion in 'Pastoral Ministries' started by JoeKan, Jan 30, 2010.

  1. JoeKan

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    Do you do your own? have someone do it for you? use a software?
    Thanks and Preach the WORD!
     
  2. SBCPreacher

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    Do my own.
     
  3. preachinjesus

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    Did my own...keep it updated...you never know...;)
     
  4. SaggyWoman

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    I do my own and try to keep it updated.

    I need to update. Badly.
     
  5. Trotter

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    Ditto. Mine stinks, by the way. I should let my wife re-write it.

    I actually had someone ask me about looking at their church as a potential pastor the other day. Sort of scary, coming out of the blue. I'm not in a position to consider something like that right now, but it did show me that I need to get my resume back up to date. And I will.... eventually.
     
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    I am kind of concerned someone will ask me for mine,,,,,, and I ain't ready to update it...

    Eventually here too.
     
  7. sag38

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    I've always done my own. I have always tried to keep it as short as possible with nothing but pertinent information ordered in a way that hopefully catches the reader's eye and makes him or her want to go back and read the cover letter where I include a little more detail about what I am looking for, my qualifications, and how to get more information. My resumes have never been more than two pages long with four or five references included on the back of the second page. When I have reviewed resumes in the past when looking to fill position I found that I didn't have time to read long resumes with TMI. Most got file 13'nd.
     

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