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faith, in a manner reasonably believed to be in the best interests of the Corporation, and with
               such care, including reasonable inquiry, skill and diligence, as a person of ordinary prudence
               would use under similar circumstances; and (ii) the breach or failure to perform constitutes self-
               dealing,  willful misconduct or recklessness.  The provisions of this  Section 5.10(f). shall not
               apply to the responsibility or liability of a Director pursuant to any criminal statute or for the
               payment of taxes pursuant to local, state, or federal law and shall not apply to any actions filed or
               any breach of performance of duty or any failure of performance of duty prior to January 27,

                                                        ARTICLE 6

                                                      Employed Staff

                       6.1    District Executive.

                              (a)      The District Board  shall call a District Executive.   The District
               Executive shall be a person qualified by training, experience, and personal dedication to Christ
               and the  church to  guide, counsel,  and  encourage District and local  church workers in the
               development of vital and well-balanced church programs.

                              (b)      The District Executive shall be the executive officer of the board, shall
               give  general oversight to the implementation of District work, and shall be coordinator and
               consultant with all employed professional staff.  The District Executive shall serve as secretary
               of the District Board, arranging for someone to record the minutes, and shall be custodian of all
               current official papers of the District.  The District Executive shall be an ex officio member,
               without vote, of the District Board, the Executive Committee, and commissions as assigned by
               the District Executive Committee and committees of the District.

                              (c)      The District Executive shall give  guidance and  assistance to
               congregations in the calling  of pastors and other ministerial staff.

                       6.2    Additional Professional Staff.

                              (a)      Additional qualified Professional staff, in such areas as  Associate
               Executive,  Parish Nurse, Christian Education, Christian Stewardship, and or Youth shall be
               considered as the work and size of the District warrants.

                       6.3    Support Staff.   Support staff may be provided in such areas as: clerical,
               receptionist, bookkeeping,  computer  field, resource  researcher/coordinator, as  required for the
               functioning of the District.

                       6.4    Staff Employment Procedures.

                              (a)      The selection  and  employment of a District Executive and  other
               Program staff persons, as well as the termination of such service, shall be the responsibility of
               the District Board in keeping with approved Denominational staff placement procedures.

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