The Wanderer

"As I walked through the wilderness of this world . . ."

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We still hear a fair amount about incarnational ministry. Unfortunately, it too often refers to choosing the right T-shirt, identifying the right body piercing, listening to the right music, and so on. It too rarely refers to a readiness to put down your phone, pod, pad or whatever else you might be using, and give your undistracted attention as a physical, emotional, spiritual, intellectual presence to the person or people who need it. That is what a pastor does.

@ Reformation21 Blog.

Written by Jeremy Walker

Friday 8 June 2012 at 08:19

Posted in Pastoral theology

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