There were two dozen members of two Baptist churches in the conference room that morning. It was sunny outside, but inside the beginning of the mediation was not auspicious. Before I could say a word, one of the ministers, elders or congregants said: “We should be ashamed to be here with this man. We should have one of our own ministers working with us.”
This was one of those awful moments when you wished you had paid more attention in mediator school. I hadn’t even taken the much-advertised online course for extra-rapid ordination by the Church of Eternal Stars and Never-Ending Bliss. I am so far from ministerial that the thought makes my friends giggle.
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