Reflections On My Call To Preach: Connecting The Dots

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Travel with revered preacher and author Fred Craddock through his early years as he considers what made him take to the pulpit. "For some reason, I felt I had to say 'Yes' or 'No' to the ministry so I could feel free again. My siblings and friends talked almost casually about options and preferences as to careers, but with no evident sense of urgency. Not so with me. I did not then, nor do I now k...

Hardcover: 128 pages
Publisher: Chalice Press (May 2009)
Language: English
ISBN-10: 9780827232570
ISBN-13: 978-0827232570
ASIN: 0827232578
Product Dimensions: 5.5 x 0.3 x 8.5 inches
Amazon Rank: 1506134
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I am a preacher and live in a world where I share my calling with a lot of wonderful people who don't really understand what that calling is. The biggest reason for the lack of understanding is that the call of God to preach defies words. Fred Crad...

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the burden of choice was a trait of personality, a kind of super-conscientiousness, whether the calling to ministry itself carried a weight, a burden, peculiar to the task itself. Rightly or wrongly, when I thought of possibly becoming a journalist, that would be a choice, 100 percent mine. When I considered becoming a minister, that was not totally my decision; I was responding to God's will for me. Of course, I had been told that journalists, lawyers, teachers, merchants, farmers-all could understand their lives as a vocation, a calling, but what I am telling you is that I perceived, I felt, I experienced the idea of being a preacher as different, and that difference was sobering, even burdensome. That's why advice about not being in a hurry, taking my time, was not helpful even if wise. If it was my decision, why could I not make it now; if it was God's decision, why did not God tell me, or at least tell my father or my mother? I prayed for the ache to leave me." -Excerpt from Reflections on My Call to Preach.