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Rev. Timothy Halverson

Wrong Rev. Timothy Halverson?

Pastor, Head of Staff

Phone: (205) ***-****  HQ Phone
Local Address:  Fort Myers , Florida , United States
Faith Presbyterian Church
4601 Valleydale Rd.
Birmingham , Alabama 35242
United States

Company Description: At Faith Presbyterian Church, we are seeking to exalt the King and to establish and extend his Kingdom through worship, community, and mission. We want to exalt...   more
Background

Employment History

Board Memberships and Affiliations

Education

  • Alban Institute
  • Chicago Theological Seminary
  • Muskingum University
  • Palmer Seminary
  • Yale University
  • Yale University Divinity School
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I encountered his work through a ...
firstreformedchurch.net [cached]
I encountered his work through a newsletter article by Rev. Tim Halverson. Halverson is pastor of Faith Presbyterian Church in Cape Coral, FL, where my father-in-law worships.
Pondering the burden of yet another building project, Pastor Halverson remembered one of Drucker's main insights:
"I thought to myself, 'Do we really want to go through another major building project?' Then I remembered that one of Drucker's guiding principles for modern business management is that an organization begins to die the day it is run for the benefit of the insiders and not for the benefit of the outsiders. Think about this in terms of the church - once we become self-absorbed we lose our vision. In the end, Pastor Halverson summarized, 'The church that exists only for its members has lost touch with Jesus.'
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Add the enormous space of our sanctuary to Pastor Halverson's reflections, and you will quickly see one major reason why our Consistory and its Building Vision Team wanted to explore the possibility of reconfiguring the sanctuary.
I encountered his work through a ...
firstreformedchurch.net [cached]
I encountered his work through a newsletter article by Rev. Tim Halverson. Halverson is pastor of Faith Presbyterian Church in Cape Coral, FL, where my father-in-law worships.
Pondering the burden of yet another building project, Pastor Halverson remembered one of Drucker's main insights:
"I thought to myself, 'Do we really want to go through another major building project?' Then I remembered that one of Drucker's guiding principles for modern business management is that an organization begins to die the day it is run for the benefit of the insiders and not for the benefit of the outsiders. Think about this in terms of the church - once we become self-absorbed we lose our vision. In the end, Pastor Halverson summarized, 'The church that exists only for its members has lost touch with Jesus.'
...
Add the enormous space of our sanctuary to Pastor Halverson's reflections, and you will quickly see one major reason why our Consistory and its Building Vision Team wanted to explore the possibility of reconfiguring the sanctuary.
Presbytery of San Diego - PresbyNewsOnLine
www.presbyterysd.org [cached]
In addition, four minister candidates are running for Moderator of the 217th General Assembly: (1) Reverend Kerry Carson, the pastor of First Presbyterian Church of Conrad, Iowa, who has been endorsed by the North Central Iowa Presbytery; (2) Reverend Tim Halverson, the pastor of Faith Presbyterian Church in Cape Coral, Florida, who has received a unanimous endorsement from the Peace River Presbytery; (3) Reverend Deborah A. Block, the pastor of Immanuel Presbyterian Church in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, who has received a unanimous endorsement from the Presbytery of Milwaukee; and (4) Reverend Joan S. Gray, a faculty member at Columbia Theological Seminary, Johnson C. Smith Seminary, and Princeton Theological Seminary, who has received a unanimous endorsement from the Presbytery of Greater Atlanta.
Cape Coral: Boy, 12, completes adventure triathlon
www.southwestfloridaonline.com [cached]
Halverson was introduced to kayaking in December and then was asked a month later if he would like to train for the adventure triathlon.
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Gross and Halverson made four trips to the regional park for training, riding seven miles on their first session.
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Halverson completed the adventure triathlon in 2:04:08, 28th among the more than 100 entrants.
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"I'm a little disappointed; I wanted to do better," said Halverson, who spent the next afternoon kayaking for hours with Gross.
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"I'm ready for another, maybe up north this summer where it might be cooler," Halverson said.
Gross and Halverson's parents, Martha and Tim Halverson, the senior pastor at Faith Presbyterian Church in Cape Coral, shake their heads in amazement.
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"We knew Teddy would finish, even if he had to be pushed across the line," said Tim Halverson."My goodness, that's a full day."
Halverson understood the toughest part of the triathlon would be the final leg, the mountain biking.
"That was hard for him since he had been training for just five weeks," Tim Halverson said.
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It will be fun to watch where and when he goes with athletics," Halverson said.
Cape Coral: Boy, 12, completes adventure triathlon
www.news-press.com [cached]
Halverson was introduced to kayaking in December and then was asked a month later if he would like to train for the adventure triathlon.
...
Gross and Halverson made four trips to the regional park for training, riding seven miles on their first session.
...
Halverson completed the adventure triathlon in 2:04:08, 28th among the more than 100 entrants.
...
"I'm a little disappointed; I wanted to do better," said Halverson, who spent the next afternoon kayaking for hours with Gross.
...
"I'm ready for another, maybe up north this summer where it might be cooler," Halverson said.
Gross and Halverson's parents, Martha and Tim Halverson, the senior pastor at Faith Presbyterian Church in Cape Coral, shake their heads in amazement.
...
"We knew Teddy would finish, even if he had to be pushed across the line," said Tim Halverson."My goodness, that's a full day."
Halverson understood the toughest part of the triathlon would be the final leg, the mountain biking.
"That was hard for him since he had been training for just five weeks," Tim Halverson said.
...
It will be fun to watch where and when he goes with athletics," Halverson said.
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