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The Preaching Life: Interview with Megan Pardue

Pastor Megan M. Pardue’s preaching context is a little outside the norm: she pastors a house church and shares with the CPL about the challenges and joys of conversational preaching.

CPL: How did you become pastor of Refuge?
I have been a member of Refuge since 2009. When I graduated from Duke Divinity School in 2012, I was without a ministry position. The pastor of the church at that time had accepted a call to another church and, to my joy and surprise, the church called me to be their pastor.

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