Every-Generation Youth Ministry

Wednesday, 30 May 2007

One of my greatest privileges in working for reformation in the world of the historic Reformed faith has been to serve as a church janitor. I am a four-congregation veteran. In some way or other over the years, the janitorial supplies closet has served as my "pastor's study." Janitorial duties in the church building contribute, in their own way, to the work of biblical reformation. For starters, church janitors see a lot of theology: partially chewed finger nails under the pew, scribbled notes left in a hymnal that passed between spouses about a 14-year-old ...

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