"Our pastoral care was going to change, too. Pastors would not only make hospital visits, we would make workplace visits. We would learn about our members' work worlds. We would encourage them in their work, we would pray for their work, and we would celebrate their work. We would see our congregants' work as the primary work of the church. Everyone's work would be regarded as mission."
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