Friday, June 12, 2015
The pastor who needs a new role model
That preacher does not know me from Adam.
I’m glad, because he would probably not be pleased with anything that follows.
I sat in the church recently where he was filling in for the regular pastor. It was a small church and the service was poorly done, I regret to say, from beginning to end. I know that sounds harsh, and I am no judge of anyone’s worship.
But some things are obvious to everyone.
No one involved in that church service–I’m hesitant to call it a worship service–seemed to have a clue of this being a time of worship, of reverence and holiness. No advance thought had been given to the songs to sing, prayers to be offered, or comments made. Everything was off the cuff. The welcome and hymn-introductions were silly and went on and on.
My opinion is that when those leading a service see it as a community fun time, the failure lies at the feet of the pastor. He sets the standard. But since I do not know the man, this is neither about him or his leadership team.
I wanted to tell you what the guest preacher did. Keep reading
Posted by Robin G. Jordan at 8:45 AM