Sunday Stuff… (Part 2)

Bob FranquizChurch

– Here's some extra Sunday stuff…

– We had Mr. Softee at our services serving soft ice cream.  Holy cow! This guy has the best soft ice cream on the planet! 

– The band played "Desert Song" by Hillsong United. 

– One of the things that I love about our band is that they don't just cover a song, they make it better.

– When I hear our band's version of a song first, I'm always disappointed by the original. These guys are that good! 

– I dropped by Kindle. And no, I'm not happy about it. I'll be testing the customer service department tomorrow.  

– I'm really glad "The Office" is back.  

– Looking forward to my next coaching network session on Thursday. Love the guys in this network! 

– We're talking church governance (a non-sexy topic, but hugely important), stewardship follow up, and developing a strategic plan. It's going to be a packed session for sure! 

– I love leaders who are committed to growing. Leaders who think they know it all drive me nuts. 

– By the way, we just released a brand new resource over at called, "The Productive Pastor". It's 24 principles for getting more done in less time.  

– This is a resource that I've been writing for months. I'm so happy that it's out.  I think it's one of our strongest resources yet! 

– I'm glad my favorite shows are back on TV. Even though I haven't watched a Red Sox game in 3 weeks. 2 kids in the house has eaten some of my "baseball" time. 

– Finished 2 books this week: The E-Myth Enterprise by Michael Gerber. Its not my favorite book of his, but he has some points that really got me thinking. If I can get 4-5 ideas out of a book, I'm a happy man. 

– I'll be reviewing it in this week's newsletter.  You can subscribe for free here. It goes out Tuesday mornings. 

– The 2nd was "The Lost Symbol" by Dan Brown. It was a very good story. I didn't like where we landed, but then again, it's fiction not systematic theology. 

– Did I mention my Kindle is injured? It hurts me just to think about it. 

– Got an email from a Pastor in New England who's been Pastoring for over 40 years and wanted to tell me how much he loved Zero to Sixty.  I'm humbled and honored.

– Have a great week!