Over in the Facebook Group, there was some discussion about the tasks we manage to get done when there is a sermon to be written. Procrastination, oddly enough, seems to result in good productivity in other areas of life.
What about you this week? Have you been putting off writing – or is your sermon done and dusted – as much as it can be anyway?
If you haven’t started, or need help pulling threads together, the RCL and NL posts from earlier in the week might help. The preacher’s party is for the early writers who bring inspiration and the procrastinators who need some prompting. Please share how you’re tackling the texts this week – indeed – which texts are you preaching? You may have the key that unlocks someone else’s creativity. So let’s share what we have and ask for what we need – sermon ideas, time with children, stewardship, whatever else might be on your plate this week. Preaching the word is a task best achieved in community, so let’s make that happen together.
Liz Crumlish is a Church of Scotland Minister currently working on a National Renewal Project in Scotland. A Board Member of RevGalBlogPals, one of the instigators of Spill the Beans and contributor to There’s a Woman in the Pulpit, Liz blogs at journalling.
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