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The population drain that has plagued farm communities might also embolden them to develop a new kind of leadership.

When Jackson Carroll began “Pulpit & Pew,” his large research project on pastoral leadership, he considered pastors a “troubled profession,” and braced himself for what his investigation might reveal. But five years of study, including a major national telephone survey and 23 focus groups across the country, convinced Carroll his gloomy forecast didn’t stand up.

Simplicity can be complicated. But its spiritual rewards are great.

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