Do you mind inviting visiting ministers to speak in your pulpit? I have noticed that ministers have varying attitudes concerning sharing their pulpit with visiting ministers. I am particularly interested in your practice of inviting (or not) ministers who happen to be visiting in your services, but you did not know they were coming and/or were not expecting them to be there. I am speaking only of ministers that you would consider to be sound in the faith. If it is your practice generally to invite them, why do you? If it is your practice generally to not invite them, why do you not? If you sometimes vary from your general practice, what would make you do so? You might also add your general attitude toward inviting visiting ministers.