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AJ Sherrill: The Importance of Imagination

The church should empower curiosity and foster imagination...but does it?

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Pastors are shifting roles from collectors to curators, and with this change comes greater - and vital - opportunity to empower curiosity and foster imagination among the people in their congregations. Instead of allowing the imagination to regress after fourth grade, as studies have shown, pastors and lay leaders have the chance to embrace and inspire imagination for the glory of God.

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