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Fred Craddock

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Who Cares?

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Introduction

I. Jesus is gone, but the power of the Spirit is present in the church

II. Where the power of the Spirit is, there is no need

III. The church cares by taking people's needs seriously

IV. The church becomes the church by dealing with people at the point of seriousness

Conclusion

Fred B. Craddock is Bandy distinguished professor of preaching and New Testament emeritus at the Candler School of Theology at Emory University in Atlanta, Georgia, and author of Preaching (Abingdon Press).

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James Winegardner

November 15, 2011  10:29am

Thank you for this message! Answers the number 1 need of most churches!

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