Brian Fulthorp posted this on Facebook. It is a quote taken from Eugene Peterson’s memoir (Which reminds me I should post a review sometime soon…)
William Faulkner was once asked how he went about writing a book. His answer: “It’s like building a chicken coop in high wind. You grab any board or shingle flying by or loose on the ground and nail it fast.” Like becoming a pastor.
They didn’t tell me this is seminary! 😉
No, they sure did not!! But that is often how it is – no blueprints, no directions, just get out there and go with it.
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