"Pastors Shouldn't Make Disciples, Much Less Care for People"

Some quotes today from Bill Easum:

“Christ-centered pastors don’t make disciples, much less take care of people.” 

“Pastors of growing, effective churches would rather equip ten people to make disciples than to make disciples themselves.”

“Disciple-making and caring for people are too important, the task too great, and the personal rewards too bountiful for either to be reserved primarily for just one person in a congregation.” 

Thoughts?

Todd

HT:  Transformativechurch.org

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