The Soul of Ministry
This chapter examines the challenges facing Christian ministries in the United States. It discusses the notion that modern ministry is facing a crisis and suggests that the intimations of an earthly crisis for the American clergy should be taken seriously. The toughest challenge for ministers today is teaching the gospel to a modern society, with its privatized faith and thirst for experience rather than doctrine. This situation is further complicated by weak denominational loyalty.
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