In early May, our Sustaining Pastoral Excellence Leadership Cohort had a culmination of a year-long program at a retreat in the Chicago area. The retreat was focused on creativity as well as strategic planning and partnerships. It was a blast!
A recent trip to the library combined two areas of interest in a fascinating way.
I am a self-confessed bookaholic. I also hate spending money. So I will spend hours in a bookstore and walk away with nothing, or maybe 1 book if it’s super cheap on sale. But it’s another story when I go to the library! Here’s a picture of the result of my last visit browsing at the library.
Last week, when I was up in Chicago for our pastor’s leadership cohort retreat, we started off with an hour and and a half silent retreat. It was the best way possible to start our time together!
It was also a really cool journey into the first chapter of Luke.
In my other post I noted how when I fly, I never seem to have a smooth trip. I could also say this is true when I drive to a new location. (And sometimes even to a location that I have been to before.)
Today was a perfect illustration.
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