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September 10, 2007

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Bill Peel

Miles Law is certainly true. Having labored half my worklife inside a church, the pressure to feed the needs of the organization is tremendous. However, one of the prime functions of the church is to equip people to live their faith in the world outside the church. I am thankful that a godly businessman turned my chair around by reminding me that God's heroes don't stand behind pulpits. They are out in the workplace. The job of a pastor is not to look for fuel for his fire, but to find out what the Holy Spirit is doing out in the real world and pour fuel on that fire.

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