A Day in My Shoes

Have you ever wondered what a “pastor” does in a day? Well here is a peek into my life.

I woke up at 5:25am this morning; I used the restroom (TMI, but it's true) while I read a chapter from the 4:8 Principle. I then prayed from about 6:00am til 7:00am. I then went to the gym around 7:20am and worked out til 8:20am. Then I showered, shaved and ate breakfast (2 eggs).

I got to work at 9:45am, set up my computer, studied 1 Corinthians 3, talked with Brandon about the Family service this weekend and some other various church services we are planning for in 2008.

My first appointment was at 11:30am with a new church attendee, Tim Cupp. He heads up the Kansas Chapter of a great ministry called, Hard Hats for Christ. Great guy.

12:30 – 1:00pm – Lunch (Black bean burritos that Jana made, yummy! Of course all organic and vegetarian)

1:00pm - I then had the pleasure of spending about 2 hours with Greg Montague who is the pastor at Southwoods Christian Church in Overland Park, Kansas. Greg and his family founded the church back in 1990 and have seen God do some wonderful things. It was a pleasure meeting him, touring their facility and hearing his story. The thing that impressed me the most about Greg was his pure and sincere heart to help people find life through Christ.

3:30 – 4:30pm I then headed to pick up the kiddos from school, and back to office to get some other work done for this coming Sunday.

4:30pm – Head home to be with family!

Then from 7:00 – 9:00pm – I get to gather with about 25 people from OLF to have a Bible Study/Discussion. Always rich and rewarding!

9:30pm - I will read a little bit, then crash!

Yes, my life is pretty exciting... this is why I have posted "A Day in My Shoes"... to amaze you!