From the Spring, 1995 issue of Touchstone
Is <title>Sunday at Willow Creek by S. M. Hutchens + James M. Kushiner + David Mills + Patrick Henry Reardon

Sunday at Willow Creek

Four Responses

In the previous issue (Winter 1995) of Touchstone , we published G. A. Pritchard's “Artful Evangelism,” which assessed the “strengths and weaknesses in the use of the arts at Willow Creek Community Church.” Because of both the high visibility of Willow Creek and the high level of debate its Sunday programing has engendered, we felt our readers would be interested in the responses of our editor and associate editors to Pritchard's article. What follows are not critiques of the article per se, but some of the various responses, questions, observations, and ideas that came to mind after rea . . .


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