The life of a pastor stays busy with emotions ranging from anger to fear.
Rev. Waterbury finds friendship among a colleague and trouble is stirred in Adelbert.
One preacher is dying while another livens things up as Rev. Waterbury’s experience continues to grow.
Two of the biggest Sundays of the year, Palm Sunday and Easter, see controversy in the Association and questions in the church.
A trip to the state convention’s offices is exciting but the pressures of every-day ministry are beginning to mount and Rev. Waterbury questions whether he’s up to the task.
Heroism, angels, and denominational involvement are all part of the routine for Rev. Waterbury.
Control issues are raised and Glynn attends his first pastors’ conference in chapters 3 and 4
Chapters 1 and 2 of the new book, “Pastors’ Conference 1972
All I wanted to do was listen to a wonderful pipe organ. A church got in the way.
References to Charles Dickens abound as the spirits of past years are summoned in search of a hopeful spirit for the holidays.