Carol Howard Merritt reflects on church reinvention
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“These old buildings are well made and historic,” my real estate agent friend interjected. “Surely we can think of new uses for them.”
A. J. is blond and energetic and has autism. His parents instructed me how to take his lead, touch his forearms, and appreciate his motions.
Some church planters refer to denominations as "widget factories." A big cultural commute exists between fledgling communities and church hierarchies.
Carol Howard Merritt is author of Tribal Church and cohost of God Complex Radio. Her blog is hosted by the Century.
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