Ok, I have a sincere and genuine question that I would love to hear your comments on. I'm in a seminary class about pastoral care and there's a strong push being made that pastors need to be in people's homes.
They argue that good pastors do home visitation on a regular basis. Will you give me your answers to this poll? Feel free to click up to 4 that apply.
I've been told that I need to lead our culture to a point of spiritual health and break down some barriers and get in homes. This is honestly the first time I've been pushed to do this in almost 20 years of ministry.
I've been told you have to get on school campuses.
I've been told you have to know youth culture extremely well.
I've been told you have to be involved in the community outside of church.
Thanks for your help. I'm genuinely curious what your experience is or has been.