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Posted: 07 June 2012 at 1:34pm | IP Logged Quote Kidologist



This thread is for discussion of Kidmin Talk #034

Karl Bastian is back revealing one of his "ministry secrets" - how to get a PAID WEEK OFF of your weekly ministry routine to focus on the things you'd rather be doing! Shhhh, don't let the boss know!

If you are feeling beaten down by the weekly fires and wish you could just get a breather... Karl will tell you how in this encouraging podcast.

TAKE THE CHALLENGE THIS SUMMER and give yourself a week off! Listen to this week's challenging and helpful show and then post your thoughts on the topic.
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Posted: 03 July 2012 at 5:15pm | IP Logged Quote Kidologist

Did anyone schedule a week for planning? The follow up show is now recorded.
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I'm going to commit to this as much as I can. Even if I can't give all my responsibilities away, I am going to make sure I am ready two weeks out so that I do not have to do any work that week, even if I still have to teach. Since I have a full time job outside of ministry, I am only going to be able to dedicate the time I normally spend on church work.
I'm planning to do this Oct.8-14.
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Posted: 24 September 2012 at 10:28am | IP Logged Quote Kidologist

Congrats Jared! It is always a challenge to schedule time for planning, but the fruit for the effort is always worth it!

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