William Brosend is an Episcopal priest. He teaches homiletics at Sewanee, University of the South.
Craddock let the word out that he would be available at no charge for preaching and teaching. Only non-seminary graduates should attend.
“A funny thing happened to me on the way to the pulpit today” is as familiar a remark in some churches as “It was a quiet week in Lake Wobegon” is on Saturday radio. Take the recent seminary graduate who comes to her first parish. Sermon after sermon includes a story about a seminary classmate, or about the place where she used to live or about how her wedding plans remind her of something in the epistle. Is there anything wrong with sharing one's life and experiences from the pulpit?
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