Monday Night Quick Hits

Josh —  January 14, 2013 — Leave a comment
  • Pretty interesting reactions on Giglio’s decision. Here’s mine. Far more interesting reads from Gabe Lyons who takes Giglio to task and Scot McKnight who points out the ridiculous game. I still contend this wasn’t that big of a deal.
  • Christian Standard published an excerpt from 30 in 30, my ebook of practical tips for Rookie Pastors. You could buy it here for a buck or you could read it for free post by post.
  • Finishing up my time at an incredible church, incredibly bittersweet. Lots of great things to share with you once we get some distance.
  • Interesting perspective from Donald Miller on his faith after Blue Like Jazz.
  • 10 Commandments of vision.
  • Pretty powerful comments from Colin Powell.
  • Seinfeld on writing jokes.
  • Are you a Youth Minister’s wife?
  • Speaking of wives this is one of my favorite videos ever.
  • Staying in the realm of wives, my awesome wife was a Resident Director for two years. Here is an R.D. with some advice for youth pastors.
  • Where the Executive Pastor role is headed.
  • Love it when Rookie Pastors can adopt good practices from others. Here’s 10.
  • Some great thoughts here for myself and others as you transition out. Really appreciate Matt’s words on finances here.
  • Nate Silver on Reddit.
  • Trent from The Simple Dollar on some essential reading.
  • Used several of these at a recent student event.
  • I like the idea of going paperless, but the work still seems daunting.
  • What would you do if your local team kicked off at 10am on a Sunday?
  • Some encouraging words from Ben Reed, right in our wheelhouse it’s so good.


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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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