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The Role of Judicatories in Interpreting Denominational Identity

National denominations expect regional judicatories to actively promote denominational loyalty among their congregations. However, members of congregations are increasingly divided in their sense of loyalty to the denomination and its missions and programs. This paper, with supporting tables, reviews the factors working against denominational loyalty and addresses the question of how middle judicatories can effectively influence church commitment to the denomination: http://hirr.hartsem.edu/bookshelf/Judic99rRRA.pdf.

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Sermon Inspiration for Fifth Sunday after Pentecost

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Significance of Storytelling

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