I’ve had another one of those weeks which really means, at this point, I’ve had one of those months. There’s been a lot of pastoral care to do, some of which lead to two different funerals back to back. I’ve been doing what I can to stay on top of caring for myself, too, but sometimes, well, you know. Sometimes this is how it goes. We have some of those weeks; we even have one of those months, and Sundays just keep coming. What I want to do today is sleep like my not-so-baby-anymore, but what I have to do is find a way to make space where the Word of God can be heard in our worship tomorrow. What I want to do is sleep….
How do you do it? What gets you through when you’re tired or your non-pastoring life presses in or you just don’t think you have a sermon in you? How do you do it when you’ve had one of those months?
One of the ways I do it is by coming here – – sharing the task with sisters and brothers in Christ. I’m not afraid of the sustainable sermon either. What do you do when the well feels dry but Sunday is coming around one more time? I come to the party, and I’m glad to share it today with you all. Join us in the comments. We’d love to you have today.