Monday Morning Quick Hits

Josh —  March 11, 2013 — Leave a comment
  • Great to be back after a week of training with other Stadia church planters. Lot of ground covered in a week and a good next step in the process of starting a new church. Look for a more in depth post this week.
  • It was nice to take a week off from things here but I definitely missed it, so here are your two weeks of links:
  • Three great articles for the creative.
  • Lessons for the church from the retail world.
  • C.S. Lewis on evolution.
  • Ed Stetzer on the top 200 ministry blogs.
  • Are you watching Walking Dead? I think I might rather watch a spinoff of Morgan and his journey than the one on TV.
  • So Obama is trying to kill the Republicans with kindness. Interesting to see if it gets him anywhere.
  • Well played Rand Paul, draw attention to an important civil liberty issue that crosses partisan lines and raise your own visibility for 2016.
  • Rob Bell recommends some books.
  • Negative feedback is immensely better than no feedback.
  • I used to fake being sick as a kid so I could stay home and watch conference tournaments and the NCAA tourney, got to love March.
  • Speaking of sports Formula One returns this week, anyone else excited?
  • Five slow steps for church planters from Rick Warren.
  • Before you accept that position in the church, ask these five questions.
  • Bad worship slides can be painfully distracting, a few helpful tips.
  • I’m going to be watching this TED talk as I prepare for a focused season of fundraising.
  • Being productive with kids.
  • Billboards are stupid.
  • What they didn’t tell you about being a small groups pastor.
  • What We Talk About When We Talk About God:┬áRob Bell’s new book comes out tomorrow. Will be interesting to watch the Twitter reaction.


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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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