Monday Morning Quick Hits

Josh —  October 29, 2012 — Leave a comment
  • I know it is cliche, but having a sick kid really does make you think about how God views us.
  • Praying for those on the east coast, and hoping to see local churches step up.
  • New book from Matt Chandler.
  • Receiving a “no” means that a better “yes” is somewhere else.
  • The convergence of the emerging and missional church.
  • Another post on Obama’s faith. Seeing a lot of coverage on each candidate’s faith, is this a positive trend?
  • Keep up with me as we move towards church planting.
  • For those wondering just because I plant a church doesn’t mean the end to Rookie Pastor or that I don’t still consider myself one.
  • Throwing the first Rookie Pastor Meet Up since I became a dad and announced the plant. If you are in the area would love to have you.
  • Free Story Conference recap book.
  • Have to say I am energized at hitting reset.
  • Who should plant churches?
  • Creflo Dollar responds to a shooting at his church, haven’t heard much about this in other outlets.
  • Mohler thinks the megachurch is losing appeal.
  • Some bad church signs, Halloween edition.
  • Our buddy Matt Steen contributed to The Nines Conference.
  • Adapted this in my message yesterday.
  • An exhaustive look at Charles and Andy Stanley. Lot to learn about leadership, transition, and reconciliation.
  • Dealing with stress in ministry.
  • Seth Godin on education.
  • Avoid the common multi-site pitfalls.
  • Chandler on entitlement churches.
  • A simple church planting strategy.
  • Writers are weird.
  • Firing a pastor and having them like it.
  • You are probably going to laugh out loud.

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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.

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