Tuesday, September 25, 2007

Staff meeting?!?

Here's a new development in the life of our church: staff meetings. I know that some of you cringe when you hear that word, and if you have been involved in some of the staff meetings I've been in you would really cringe, or run fast in the other direction. All that being said, Donny and I realized when Blake came on board, that we should probably be a little more intentional about getting together to talk about things instead of just popping our heads in and out of each other's offices, hence (I used that term for you Emily) staff meetings on Tuesday mornings. So far we have had two and they have been great. We have gone to Panera, sat outside and only dealt with important issues. It feels weird saying this but, I have actually enjoyed our staff meetings. I hope that doesn't mean I'm just getting old.

Here's the linc for the Covenant Eyes software download I mentioned in yesterday's blog: http://www.covenanteyes.com/
If you use the code on the brochure we gave out Sunday, you can try it out for one month free of charge. We still have plent of the brochures, so you can pick one up this Sunday if you missed it.

Also, to follow-up on Sunday's message, Donny wanted me to let ya'll know that there is a great book written about sex from a christian perspective entitled Sheet Music. Clever title huh? Here is the linc to the Amazon.com page where you can order this book: http://www.amazon.com/Sheet-Music-Kevin-Leman/dp/0842360247/ref=pd_bbs_sr_1/102-1866451-2418523?ie=UTF8&s=books&qid=1190745144&sr=8-1


amanda somers said...

It's not that you are getting old that you like staff meetings- It is just that you are growing up:) There is no better way that you can share ideas with the people that God has placed around you to help you reach his mission that with a staff meeting. You will continue to be surprised how productive they can be- and I hate to say it- sometimes even fun. Keep up the good work.

Luke Gilkerson said...

Thank you so much for getting more of your church involved with the Covenant Eyes software programs. It's always good to hear that pastors are encouraging their congregations in the fight against pornography addiction.

God bless,
Luke Gilkerson
Internet Community Manager
Covenant Eyes