Brother Ron Barnes
Founder and Pastor

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Ask Brother Ron
Brother Ron answers your questions about religion, spirituality and ministry

Gatebuilder Ministry
A ministry to ministries. We want to help you become a more effective servant of our Father and your community.

Living Smart
Outreach Ministry

Equipping people to be positive,  productive members of the community.

Prayer Ministry
Prayers and prayer resources for Baha'i, Buddhists, Christians, Hindus, Jews, Muslims, Native Americans, New Age, Pagans and other faiths.


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Religious Education
Resources to expand your knowledge and understanding of the world's major religions

Music Ministry
Ron's original gospel songs and links to Christian music web sites.

Resource Directory
Where to find help for medical problems, abuse, finances and other issues.

Career Planning
How to identify the right career, locate potential employers and get the job you want.



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May the Lord continue to bless and preserve you.
Use these great tools to help you find
the right career for YOU!

Before you start down the road to success, you need to figure out which road you want to take. Here are some excellent tools you can use to find a career path that won't lead to a dead end. The resources listed here are all free. If you believe that free advice is worth what you pay for it, you can find a complete directory of fee-based instruments by clicking
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This excellent list of instruments was sent to me by a librarian who shares my desire to see God's children prosper. It includes several interest tests, skill and aptitude tests and personality tests. I strongly recommend it for anyone who is seeking guidance in choosing a direction for their career.

Career Key
This excellent tool from North Carolina State University will help you focus in on careers which interest you and offers information about possible careers.

The Princeton Review Career Quiz
Select your choices from 24 pairs of careers. The quiz will then form a profile to help you identify your dream job.

The Holland Occupational Theme Instrument

helps you learn whether you are more Realistic, Investigative, Artistic, Social, Enterprising or Conventional and offers descriptions of jobs in each category. This widely-used instrument gives you a general idea about possible job interests. For a fee, you can get a more detailed report.

Project Career Interest Test
Your 100% free assessment will match you with careers that most accurately complement your interests. The content rich Resource Center also contains valuable information regarding resume building, interviewing, networking and much, much more!

The Career Interest Survey
from College Compass is similar to the Holland test but goes into more detail about your interests and possibilities. Click "Careers and Majors"-"Help-Choosing a Career".

Discover the Work You Were Born to Do

This article helps you examine whether your current career path matches your core interests, beliefs, values, needs and skills. Professional career counselors usually undertake this strategy when attempting to help clients identify appropriate career directions.

Test Your Job Hunting Skills

The person who gets the job is not necessarily the best person for the job. The one who gets the job is the one who does the best job of getting hired. Doing the job and getting hired for the job are two different things entirely. Here are some good tools to help you evaluate your job-hunting skills and identify areas where you mightneed some improvement.

Quintessential Careers Quiz
Think you're an expert at job-hunting? Take the interactive Quintessential Careers Job Skills Quiz to find out!

MSN Careers Quiz
Are you a savvy job-seeker able to easily attract a potential employer’s attention, or could your search abilities use some polish? Take the following quiz, based on information contained in Job Hunting For Dummies®, to find out. Good luck!