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- Jonathan Kellerman
Perspectives on Chattanooga Communities

Since all of our regular readers live outside Chattanooga, I haven't pointed out some articles I've written over the past few months for a Chattanooga news site. Now, you have the opportunity to ignore them directly.

I have approached several Chattanooga pastors to ask them for a perspective on our community and their congregations. We have many churches in this area. Each of them reach different and overlapping circles within the whole community, so I wanted to give them an opportunity to say what they think. Thanks to John Wilson of Chattanoogan.com for accepting my interviews.


I haven't talked to any Lutherans yet. No doubt the Lord has withheld his blessing from me because of that. I did talk to a couple musicians I know. Both are excellent craftsmen from very different musical fields.I hope at least one of these will be interesting to you.

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Comments on "Perspectives on Chattanooga Communities":
1. Lars Walker - 04/07/2014 2:27 pm EDT

If you said you searched Chattanooga for Lutherans and found none to interview, no one would doubt your statement.

2. Phil - 04/07/2014 3:39 pm EDT

I did knock on one pastor's door. He was on vacation, so we couldn't talk. Curious it was a Sunday morning... No, there are several Lutherans around here. I don't know what stripe they all are. Missouri Synod was the one I missed between the holidays.

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