By Emily McFarlan Miller
That’s how elder Shoji Boldt described Willow Creek Community Church at a service of worship and reflection on Tuesday night (July 23) on the church’s main campus in suburban South Barrington.
“We are a house divided on whether we need to dig in and why can’t we just move on?” Boldt said.
The service, perhaps the first led by the church’s elders, was the latest attempt by one of the nation’s largest and most influential evangelical megachurches to move past the controversy surrounding founding pastor Bill Hybels.
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