Chapman College; Chapman University
Clergy; Churches; Christianity
October 25, 1928
In this speech Chapman uses the metaphor of a shepherd and his flock to describe the ideal relationship between a minister and his congregation. He says that pastors must be active in managing their flock and be willing to go out of their way to save a "lost sheep". A minister should also call on his members at home and make a great effort to have a personal connection to each and every one.
Chapman, Charles C., "College Lectures-The Pastor" (1928). Charles C. Chapman College Lectures. 15.