The church custodian’s perspective

I am convinced that every pastor needs to do the custodial duties in his or her church for a few weeks.  Nothing gives someone a greater appreciation for the church than to clean up after a busy week of worship, fellowship, and discipleship. I had the distinct privilege of being Trinity’s custodian last month whenContinue reading “The church custodian’s perspective”

The Sluggish Journey of Christian Formation

Mid-term elections have come and gone and, despite apocalyptic campaign adds, the world did not end after all.  In fact, quite the opposite is true.  The rotation of the earth still takes a full 24 hours, and New Year’s Eve will fall on the 365th day as scheduled. In the days to come, we willContinue reading “The Sluggish Journey of Christian Formation”