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Guiding Bivocational Ministers Through the Tax Maze
Guiding Bivocational Ministers Through the Tax Maze
Special considerations for ministers who also work outside the church.

Vince Stover left a full-time pastor's job in 2014 and moved 250 miles with his wife, Katie, to a city where the couple didn't know a soul. He found a job in insurance sales and planted Bible Pathway Baptist Church in Lexington, Kentucky. The couple started a family, welcoming sons Brett and Camden.

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