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Potent and Impotent Stewardship: A Conversation with Patrick McNamara

Stewardship may be nominal – little other than fundraising – or it may be a dynamic, transformative force that helps a congregation reconnect with its original purposes. In this interview, conducted by Tracy Schier, sociologist Patrick McNamara, professor emeritus of sociology at the University of New Mexico in Albuquerque, discusses the positive impact a well-rounded, well-grounded understanding of stewardship often has on faith communities. Read the interview, archived on the Resources for American Christianity website.

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