A Whole Lot Of Nothing

It’s important to take some time away to recharge your batteries and to get new and fresh perspective on life and ministry. Although I’ve been pastoring for over 20 years already, I’m planning on making it at least 40 before I look for a change from the day-to-day. Because I’m in it for the long haul, it’s important to understand the work/rest cycle and to live by it. So, here I am in Hilton Head, S.C., with the family for the next week just to relax and rest. We just arrived tonight and I’m looking forward to doing a whole lot of nothing (or nothing to taxing), over the next week. I walked outside on our porch and saw a rocking chair that looked like it was strategically placed there for me. My guess is, if you don’t make enough time for the rocking chair through the years, you’ll never make it to those senior years when you have the time for the rocking chair 🙂

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