By Tirtharaja Dasa
The needs of the congregation may be different from what we think they really are. We need to sit down with our congregation and hear from them about their vision for the future. We must ask them what role we can play and determine what we can do for them, as far as the Krsna conscious philosophy allows.
If Krsna consciousness is nonsectarian and not really a religious process, but a process that helps people establish love of God, then it is very important that we, first of all, seek to understand where people are at.
To be continued.
(Excerpt from the book The Nectar of Congregational Preaching by ISKCON Congregational Development Ministry)
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