When the Well Runs Dry – Part 2

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Realizing the well is dry is difficult to admit. It really isn’t difficult to recognize. It is difficult to admit. In yesterday’s part one of this miniseries, we defined the well as, “a way we can talk about our soul, psyche, and “sweet spot” of mind and spirit.” I would encourage you to read that […]

Friday Stream of Consciousness – 130

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Here’s what’s on my mind this Friday morning: A man who was burned by a fajita skillet when he bowed to pray at an Applebees cannot sue, though he tried. He bowed his head over the skillet, something popped, he panicked and knocked the skillet into his lap. He suffered no scarring from the burns. […]

When the Well Runs Dry (Part One)

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Pastors are unusually dependent on “the well.” All people are to one degree or another, but pastors are more dependent on “the well” than others—in part because they participate first-hand in helping replenish the wells of others. When we dry up, the results are felt by others. Pastors are also involved in a number of drought-inducing endeavors […]