When difficulty arises, committees often go for the, “right decision.”
- It’s usually what is, “right,” according to theology, tradition, or even trade (as in, a committee member’s expertise in a field).
That’s all good because we better not make the, “wrong decision.”
- And, yes, there is such a thing as a, “wrong decision.”
But, in ministry, to move into the future, you need more than the, “right decision.”
- You really need the, “good decision.”
And, a, “good decision,” comes from translating all of a committee’s discussion through the lens of the church’s mission.