Monday Morning Quick Hits

Josh —  April 2, 2012 — 1 Comment
  • Last week Mark Driscoll stepped down from the leadership of two organizations he was instrumental in forming: Acts 29, a church planting network and The Gospel Coalition. I’m not the biggest fan of the way Driscoll does things, but I don’t lead a church of thousands, helped plant hundreds of churches, or written multiple books. One of which is the best church memoirs I’ve read. I hope that this is a move of health and balance.
  • Been a long-time fantasy football player, and thinking about joining a baseball league. Anyone need one more for their league?
  • Valuable or annoying: profiles of pastors looking for a church job and posts from churches with available positions?
  • In a month I went from less than 50 subscribers to the email newsletter to over 500. Everybody likes free.
  • Christianity Today has a wide-ranging interview with John Piper that covers his famous tweet “farewell Rob Bell.”.
  • Seth Godin on the rise of short. Applies to sermons too.
  • Young adults not returning to church is a popular topic and rightly so. Jonathan Pearson has a short rundown of a few prescriptive actions.
  • Before you approach someone about mentoring you, learn and follow these rules first. via Perry Noble.
  • Sucker for “books you should read” posts.
  • Friend and fellow pastor wrote a song for our current series.


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Josh is a Rookie Pastor who after nearly a decade in student ministry is planting a church in Northern Kentucky. Like everyone else he doesn't know what he's doing Rookie Pastor is just the venue to share the mistakes and what he is learning along the way.

One response to Monday Morning Quick Hits

  1. Appreciate the link, Josh!

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