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Jul 27, 2006


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Ted Gossard

Thanks. This gives me the thought that in the church we do need leaders. Leaders following Christ, so that others in following their example, will likewise be learning to follow Christ.

I do think the giftings are important, and you don't deny that in this post. But the purpose must not be lost sight of. And I like what you share from Ogden on katartismos.

Ted Gossard

And the stress here is on those leaders equipping, so others will do the work. I have thought of "equipping" here in terms of helping others do what they themselves are doing. Whether in terms of living, but especially in terms of ministry/service.

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