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Goodbye Lake Huron

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Paperback, 302 pages
Published October 20th 2013 by Wind Publications
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Sherry Chandler
Sep 03, 2014 Sherry Chandler rated it really liked it
I think sometimes we perceive pastors as two-dimensional Teflon-coated automatons, able to stand by the troubled, the grieving, with no consequences to themselves. Or as men who somehow hide behind God to keep themselves unsullied by hoi-polloi.

I have known preachers who speak to the suffering in boilerplate.

This book, written by a modest man unwilling to exploit God or his position in the (Methodist) church, brings the pastor down from the pulpit. Don Lichtenfelt shows us the scars.

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Oct 13, 2014 Leatha rated it it was amazing
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Don Lichtenfelt writes with candor, compassion, and clarity of the demands of a pastoral vocation. This memoir "reveals a dimension of ministry that would be significant reading for any who grieve and those who contemplate entering the parish ministry." says Dr. Wayne H. Bell, President Emeritus, Lexington Theological Seminary. Reading the meditations in this book I was struck by what it means to "minister" to others day after day with steadfast presence no matter what one's own life is like at ...more
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