@mwerickson It’s hard to know what practices to be working on unless the group has a clear sense of its mission. Though aimed at business, Donald Miller’s course on mission statement and guiding principles has helped me learn how to align these things better than anything else.
@nathanrhale looking good!
@ChrisJWilson They are unreadable right now except by me. I’ll let you know if I get them into a more shareable form.
@ChrisJWilson I wanted to hear what he‘d say about leadership, especially re: coaching/mentoring for my own work as a pastor. I wasn’t disappointed!
@craigmcclellan Congratulations! 🎉 ❤️
@nathanrhale You should definitely try Presbyterian. The Nicotine Theolofical Journal might be a good place to start.
@hollyhoneychurch I think I can say that they like to be together. Our dogs would love to play, but the cats run away when they try. And yet, feline curiousity is strong.
@JMaxB I’d like read about this. Is there something short I could start with?
@mwerickson Thank you. So encouraging.
@JMaxB I went a little crazy bought three more turkeys yesterday; so I’ll give it a try!
@JMaxB If I could use the bones to make a soup, well, that’d be souper! How do I do that?
@mwerickson Love this. Thanks for sharing it.
@nathanrhale There’s no recording, but @Austin_britton can tell you everything I know. 😀 I’m also starting an online reading group next week. We’re gonna go through Michael Horton’s Pilgrim Theology. It’d be cool if you joined.
@tgray we’ve got cats. This is perfect.
@austin_britton what part of town are you moving to?
@marmanold I’m a curious outsider. Can you explain a little bit more?
@austin_britton Hey! 👋🏻 What a happy surprise to find you on Micro.blog, and I see you’ve already met my friend @nathanrhale. So great we’re finally in the same state together!
@ayjay Try Mellel. I haven’t used it much recently, but in the past I’ve been able to do a lot more with it than I could do in Word or with Pages, especially with the kind of things you’re trying to do.
@craigmcclellan That happens to us all the time! We usually respond, “Yes! Full of blessings.” loud enough so the kids can hear. 😊