I just want to shoot you an update on my summer, this blog, and what is going on inside my head. Summer has been a great time for my family, all of the kids have grown tremendously (physically and mentally). We dedicated a lot of time to “family time” and it has paid off.
But now Autumn is here, my favorite season… and it will be full as Rebecca and I continue to develop our purpose and calling together. In the months ahead we’ll be finishing plans to: expand G42 to Africa; expand our curriculum and training at the G42 Leadership Academy with four tracks: Missional, Business, Non-Profit, and Media; and look into our goals for 2012. Plus I will be traveling back to the States for teaching, speaking, and meetings–my first time back in the States since 2009 so I am a little excited.
As I wrote here, I am committing to posting better content here and focusing on my real job of mentoring and discipling. So that means my posts will be more infrequent as only the good stuff reaches my blog readers.
Top Posts For August
So, better content? I think so. My top posts for August are some that I am really proud of–if you haven’t read them yet, check them out below.
- Boys Need An Initiation
- 6 Steps to Building a Team (Like Jesus Did)
- I hate my blog. I love my blog.
- Don’t Pray About This.
- Your Men’s Ministry Is Missing Something
I also mentioned that I wanted to write an ebook. Well, thanks to the folks at Third Option Men, I am close to releasing it! It will be on initiation, a updated reprise of the series that I posted earlier this year.
Third Option Men has also kick-started my goal of guest posting. I will be a regular contributor there, and I’m working on guest posts for other blogs as well. Stay Tuned!
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So I’m happy to say we’re ending summer on a high note. How about you? Are you looking forward to Autumn, and why?