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Free eBook Has Ideas For Coach-Mentor Clergy

Listening an hour a week to a violin teacher play would help a person appreciate the music and the genre, the technique and musicianship, but it wouldn't teach the listener to play the violin. Similarly, attending church for an hour a week to observe the professional clergy enacting worship and practice can help a congregant appreciate their faith, but it doesn't teach them how to practice or believe, argues David Lose, the Marbury E. Anderson Chair in Biblical Preaching at Luther Seminary. In an article, Lose offers his perspective and links to a free ebook featuring more than 50 revitalization ideas from young church leaders that can breathe life into sermons and help Clergy become the coaches and mentors they are meant to be. Access the material on Faith & Leadership, an online resource from Leadership Education at Duke Divinity School.

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