Looking back over last year, here are the 5 posts that most resonated with my readers.
Most of the pastors who shared in my survey a couple months ago said they were most frustrated with issues related to time & time management. It’s no surprise that this one wound up in the top 5. Few things are more important to time management than how we use our fragile mornings. Take a few minutes & check it out. It’s worth the read, especially here at the first of the year.
I learned something from this post. People like to read about my failures. Learn from my problem, and gather the information you need to follow up well with your guests.
Written & posted in the aftermath of the Supreme Court decision re-defining marriage, these two posts were viewed often and shared in those few days as Christians tried to cope with the realities of the new world we are entering. I hope these two columns will be an encouragement.
I said at the time on Facebook, that this might be the most important thing I’ve ever written. I still think that’s true. Share this with your church family, and let it spark a conversation about pastoral burnout in your ministry context. Don’t suffer alone & feel like it’s “part of the sacrifice.” Read this and share your thoughts with me.
I look forward to sharing more with you in 2016. Here’s some of what’s coming up:
- The Easiest Way to Do Strategic Planning for Your Church
- Top 10 Tech Tools & Apps Making My Life Easier Right Now
- 10 Ways I’m Using Evernote to Make Pastoring Easier
- The Porn In Your Church & What To Do About It
- Ways to Keep Pornography from Infecting Your Home
- What I Wish My Pastor Knew About Pornography
- How to Start a Food Pantry
- 3 Bad Reasons to Start a Food Pantry At Your Church
- New Feature: Sermon Thursdays
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Look forward to serving you this year!