Lillian Daniel, a teacher of preaching, responds to first-year pastor Tom Arthur's question from last week.
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Advice from an elder preacher and leader to a younger: let the listeners do some of the work, and leave space for the Spirit.
It is a helpful exercise for leaders to place themselves in the shoes of those who are new to their organizations.
Serving the Lord’s Supper always seems always to result in a mess. And given the nature of our work as leaders, maybe that’s as it should be.
Whether you view them as sacraments or ordinances, baptism and communion have meaning because the church is a community, says the Rev. Michael J. Clingenpeel.
Treating people with unconditional hospitality, no matter what their background, is a hallmark of Broad Street Ministry in Philadelphia. Four years ago, the congregation opened its doors to the surrounding community, offering worship, food and a welcoming place to gather.