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Mar 04, 2010


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here's to legitimizing tyrannical social structures!


here's to going where the people are, instead of waiting for them to show up on Sunday!

The only question I'd have is how the chaplain establishes relationships of equality and independence with not only staff but management as someone outside the company. Maybe they come in under the category of consultant, but further shape and extend the meaning of that role?

At any rate, IMHO this is in some ways the future of ministry in this country.

Michael W. Kruse

I've read other articles about this type of ministry. It is fraught with pitfalls but I know the folks behind this movement have been giving a lot of intentional effort at sorting out the ethics of this work and using only people who can work within appropriate boundaries.

I'm with you. I think there is some cutting edge stuff happening here.

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