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Do people who won’t budge want a leader?

Christian Century has an article online by William H. Willimon, examining the importance of truth-telling in church leadership.  Entitled, “Why Leaders are a Pain,” the article examines why truth-telling can be a challenge for both leaders and congregations.  The article also brings up an interesting point, that seems obvious but isn’t always acknowledged in this juncture in American Christianity; namely that it’s been generations since leadership in the church has been called to undertake such wide-ranging and significant change and […]

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