Five Good Reasons to Accept Transfer Growth

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Bert Perry's picture

....about this article is what it leaves unsaid, but is implicit; there are also reasons that a pastor might reject transfer growth and suggest they go back.  I've left a few churches for what I consider good reasons--women in the pulpit, refusal to preach the Word of God, KJVO and Trail of Blood tendencies, and acceptance of weakness on the Trinity/prosperity theology--and interestingly, each time I got to explain why.  

Which is another way of saying that I'm glad that people understand that it's wrong to recklessly swap churches, but to simultaneously recognize that there are certain "pastors" who really don't belong in a pulpit.

Aspiring to be a stick in the mud.

Rob Fall's picture

we just have a natural ebb and flow of folks moving in and out of the City.

Hoping to shed more light than heat..