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The Rev. Mark Windley works full time and more as sales manager for an industrial supply and services company. When not working, he’s leading Amazing Grace Community of Faith, an African-American United Methodist church plant in Louisville, Kentucky.
Windley preaches. He also sets up chairs and checks the sound system.
The church has grown in worship attendance, but what it’s able to pay Windley doesn’t cover his mortgage payments.
Meanwhile, his workweek, with both jobs, can run to 70 hours.
“My wife would tell you I’m not sane,” Windley said, quickly adding that he feels peace and purpose in ministry.
More and more, The United Methodist Church is turning to part-time licensed local pastors like Windley to... READ MORE