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Jackson W. Carroll on Pastoral Leadership

Jack Carroll discusses findings from the Pulpit and Pew project at Duke University's Divinity School, including the surprisingly widespread satisfaction of clergy with their calling and ministries, the impact of second career clergy, women in ministry and judicatories on church leadership and certain essential qualities of constructive pastoral leaders as well as pitfalls to avoid. For further information on this project, see the Pulpit and Pew website.

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