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How Collegial Friendships Nurture Pastoral Agility

Collegial clergy friendships across denominational and theological lines can be “immeasurably rewarding” and can spark new vistas of pastoral imagination that benefit congregations and secular communities, according to pastor Lillian Daniel. Careful selection of companions for the road and identifying valuable mentors are crucial to effective ministry and, when successful, contribute significantly to pastoral leadership. Read more of Daniel’s reflections on what fosters ministry agility in this 7-page interview at http://resourcingchristianity.org/interview.aspx?INTID=ccc36226-5f3f-4afe-b9f7-332e66d74fb6.



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