It was some of the best advice Bishop Kenneth L. Carder ever received: ‘Choose carefully where to be present.’
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Although the language of excellence is limited to two passages in Paul’s letters, those two references and the context of their use provide the rationale for our continuing efforts to identify, call forth, and sustain excellence in ministry, writes Kenneth Carder.