Someone asked me if I ever considered quitting when I was a pastor. My response was quick and truthful: “Yes. On the average about once a week.”
On this very controversial question, pastor and theologian David Fitch suggests we might try searching for areas of agreement.
A Canadian visitor attends an American church and wonders who, exactly, is the hope of the world.
“I’m here now, the rest of you can just go ahead and go home.”
“Do you ever get stuck in a sermon prep rut?”
“So it turns out that the best thing to do to promote life was to release a few wolves into the valley.”
“Stick to your moral convictions and the vision you have for your life. Don’t allow the crisis to keep you from doing the right things …”