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All the sons of the pastor ...
All the sons of the pastor emeritus of Emmanuel Reformed Church, Harold Korver, who arrived in Paramount with his family in 1971, turned out to be basketball stars at Paramount High.
"The price tag of living is giving," says Harold Korver
His parents, Kevin and Laine Korver and younger brother Kaleb, his grandparents, Harold
and Shirley Korver, and his uncle and aunt, Ken and Lisa Korver and two of their children, Kurtis and Kari, waited patiently in the stands afterward for him.
"You just never expect to have someone in the family playing at this level," said Harold Korver
Retired Senior Pastor Harold ...
Retired Senior Pastor Harold Korver
...Harold J. Korver, Retired Senior Pastor, has been with Emmanuel Reformed Church for 34 years.He
and Shirley have been married 53 years.
Emmanuel Reformed Church
Harold KorverRetired Senior Pastor
RCA: MFCA Newsletter: May 2003
The president of the 1995 General Synod, Rev. Harold Korver of Emmanuel Reformed Church in Paramount, California said at one point of the discussion: "If I could do one thing over in my year as president, I would limit my recommendation to only one - to have churches intentionally identify and encourage potential leaders at an early age and to have those churches prayerfully nurture and train those young people for leadership roles as a regular part of the churches mission."Korver suggested that every congregation should be a teaching church and have as part of its DNA the raising up of pastoral leaders.
shared that it took much extra fund raising on his
part and he
decided to direct all money paid for weddings and funerals at his
church to the fund for interns.
experience with interns at Emmanuel, discovering that it took at least a year to get acquainted with each other and needing the second year to deal with the real issues at stake for the candidate.
...Rev. Harold Korver
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I learned a great concept from ...
I learned a great concept from Harold Korver, the pastor of a church we were a part of for ten years.
He described how we must practice what he called "rowboat vision" in which we keep our eyes on the landmarks of where we've come from to chart a straight course into new waters.