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Read between the lines, and here's who you'll meet.

Some of the best reading is found between the lines. Even with a one-liner, such as "The sooner you fall behind, the more time you'll have to catch up," you're pretty sure, between the lines, you see a writer who is not a punctual, type-A personality.

Or take the quip: "Monday is an awful way to spend 1/7th of your life." That wasn't written by pastoral staff member. I guarantee it.

We hope the words in LEADERSHIP accurately describe your world and point you in helpful directions. But your reading will be more complete if you know who's between the lines. Since we've undergone several changes recently, let me introduce you to our editorial team.

Eric Reed, associate editor, joined LEADERSHIP after seven years as pastor of Gentilly Baptist Church in New Orleans and an earlier career in radio and television journalism in Florida and Mississippi. Eric and his wife, Donna, worship at Glenfield Baptist whenever Eric is not guest preaching elsewhere. ...

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