A minster is an officiating clergy man that preforms selfless service, devotion, prays, listens and counsel, performs wedding ceremonies, baptisms, and other religious ceremonies. It requires the ability to teach the word of the bible, and generally being a source of inspiration for others.
The word “pastor” comes from the Greek and Hebrew, meaning “shepherd”*. He is an ordained leader of a Christian congregation. . Some churches adhere to a vow of poverty, while others preach a prosperity gospel. These are religious in nature and may be dealt with within the workings of the church.