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Ayinde Russell: Spoken Word Piece Challenging the Pastoral/Layperson Divide

A critique on the separation of the ordained vs. nonordained roles that have become norm for the church.

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In this commissioned piece for Leadership Journal's Redeeming Work events, award-winning slam poet, Ayinde Russell, challenges pastors on their biblical calling and responsibility to their church. Russell emphasizes that the "ministry of codependency is not the ministry of Christ" and that we are all of "common yoke altogether made sacred." http://www.ayinderussell.com

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