Links for your weekend reading:
6 Ways a Fictional Church May Wreck Your Ministry
If you’re not careful, you may construct a variation of this church, too—whether you’re in seminary or in a difficult ministry context fantasizing about your “next” congregation.
Stay faithful and run the race to finish well, but remember it’s a marathon, not a sprint. God will do his sanctifying work in you over the long haul. He will finish what he’s started.
Remember how endless summer used to feel when you were a kid? Here’s how to recapture that sense of having all the time in the world.
Want to Create Things That Matter? Be Lazy.
Become hard to reach, avoid new tech tools, be slow to answer e-mails, become blissfully ignorant of memes, turn down coffee requests, refuse to “hop on” calls, and spend whole days outside working in a single idea — these are exactly the type of lazy behaviors that can change the world.