That’s my title. That’s all I have written. I confess that in the sure and certain hope that you, too, have miles to go before a sermon comes out of the printer. Let’s write (and party!) together.
Revised Common Lectionary folks are fluffing up their rocky pillows with Jacob, considering the weeds and the wheat and the interpretation thereof with Jesus, and pondering flesh and spirit with good ol’ Paul. More reflections and discussions can be found here.
Narrative Lectionary preachers are walking in the light and the dark with 1 John. Some good reflection on that from Tuesday can be found at this post.
What about the rest of you? Sermon series? Children’s time? Sunday off? This supply preacher is having a busy summer, which means my colleagues are taking care of themselves and using those vacation days. It’s been a heavy news week–how is that affecting your preaching?
Lectionary-approved procrastination activities include: weeding the flowerbeds and/or garden, planting “good seeds,” finding your flashlight for walking in the darkness, scouting out pillow-shaped rocks, remembering who borrowed your ladder…any others? I trust you have your own favorites!
Let’s share some snacks and some ideas. Welcome!