Remember these 10 things if you truly love an introvert.
1. They enjoy quietly being alone
Yes, we actually enjoy spending time alone. In fact, we thrive off of it. It gives us a chance to gather our thoughts… Continue reading →
I know that there are many cutting edge books, theological resources, and timeless literary classics that help us gain direction and ministry insight. But please remember that timely and great insight can come from non-ministry centered books.… Continue reading →
I have spent years battling my quiet temperament. If I had a dollar for every time someone asked why I was so quiet I would be a millionaire. I also spent years trying to become the extrovert… Continue reading →
30 Questions to Ask Your Kid instead of “How was your day?”
(This post originally appeared at parent.co by Sara Goldstein. Sept. 1, 2015)
When I picked my son up from his first day of 4th grade,… Continue reading →
I am a ministry professional. A Pastor to be exact. I love what I do! I couldn’t see doing anything else with my life. But it is a profession where it seems like the demands of… Continue reading →
Have you ever really wanted to study the bible but just didn’t know how or even where to start? You have good intentions and start off with a lot zeal, but simply get stumped and discouraged. Believer… Continue reading →
“Oh brother! Another meeting!!!! Just the word “meeting” can give way to images of boredom, daydreaming and frustration. I have found, however, that much of the frustration is in the lack of proper preparation prior to the… Continue reading →
1999 was a hallmark year in my life. I purchased my first home. I celebrated the birth of my 2nd daughter. I assumed my first pastorate. Yes my first pastorate!
After about a year long… Continue reading →
We are all familiar with the headlines of yet another breaking story of a pastor who has fallen victim to sexual sin. Though it is not surprising anymore, it is still a subject that raise eyebrows.