A Joint Statement on Pastoral Theology

To our beloved Morningview family: Anytime a congregation faces a transition with vocational preaching pastors, questions naturally arise about how the vision for preaching and pastoral care of the church as a whole might be affected. Tom and I deeply love this congregation, and we want to do as much as we can to communicate stability and consistency in a time when we are potentially facing a significant change. Thus, we have drafted this statement to communicate what we are jointly committed to in terms of our own shared pastoral theology. We confess that neither of us are perfect at any of these points, but we believe them and are committed to growing in them.

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