Do you have another job?
Well, I have another job. I am DRR man. […] I work for the college, and I also did—I went to
undergraduate project investor, where I do as an accession worker in several projects. So I’m
pastoring, I do DRR, and I do accession worker. So in church, people—I teach people to farm…
in the field, I teach people how to manage disasters in their homes, and I also lead media
department in the church. As I’m talking now, I’m with the media department; I’m a journalist in
the church, where I record every sermons that are being preached every Sunday, and I edit it and
make graphics and come up with a DVD and edit—DVDs and CDs—sending them in the
church, sending them outside of the church. So that’s what I do.
How is it like managing both pastoring and your other job?
Well, it’s difficult, but through God’s grace, what it means is […] to put your house in order.
What I mean here is, first of all, you needed to have a schedule: Monday is a resting day at the
church, we—for Sunday is going to church—Monday is resting day, going to work, then in the
evening go to church; Tuesday, going to work, in the evening going to church.
So when I plan away my work for the week, I present it to my senior pastor and present it to my
supervisor at the work, then I manage it very clear, but however! What remain there is to put
God in front, God above our own, because God is the one who directs, God [is] the one who can
tell you not to do this, but also to do that. So what matters is to put everything in order, in a
proper, in a planned way. […] I put everything that I shouldn’t fail—every second, every minute,
every hour, every day, every week is important for somebody.