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Maybe. But the default ought to be to have all God’s people in worship.
An astute comment here on C&R sent Chaves back to his study. His hypothesis, that the gap reflects a difference in resources, was only partly right.
Advice from an elder preacher and leader to a younger: let the listeners do some of the work, and leave space for the Spirit.
The recent Catalyst conference on church leadership shows just how desperately the "free" and "liturgical" churches need each other.
It is a helpful exercise for leaders to place themselves in the shoes of those who are new to their organizations.
Last week we posted Tom Arthur's questions as a young pastor in a start-up congregation modeled on megachurches to his elder, Michael Jinkins, about his "Letters to New Pastors," which assumed a very different pastoral context. Here is Jinkins' reply.