Religion & Spirituality
There is so much to learn about the practice of ministry in courses like these, that mis-steps, stumbles and even more overt failure are unavoidable. And although failures large and small are inevitable, does not mean they are the end. In fact they can be the beginning of something very important!
This week’s episode of 3MMM turns our attention to how we might fail creatively on the way to learning the complex practice of ministry.
The resource I recommend in this week’s episode comes from author and art curator Sarah Lewis. In one of my favorite books of the last five years, The Rise, she explores how failure is an essential weigh station on the path to discovery, invention, and mastery of any complex, meaningful production.
I hope you will take time this week to do these things: 1) thank a field education professor or supervisor who has helped you along your pathway of learning; 2) consider how to reframe the failures you’ve experienced as creative opportunities for growth and discovery.
Have you missed an episode of the Three Minute Ministry Mentor lately? You are invited to visit the 3MMM page and get caught up any time!
3MMM | Episode 70: Embodied and Relational Reading
3MMM | Episode 69: Lenten Practices
3MMM | Episode 68: Permission to Read
3MMM | Episode 67: Fearing Bravely
3MMM | Episode 66: Permission to Grieve
3MMM | Episode 65: Permission to Laugh
3MMM | Episode 64 - Podcasts and Permission
Episode 63: Advent Part 2
3MMM | Episode 62: Advent Part 1
3MMM Episode 61: No-Win Situations
Episode 60: Helping Pastors Thrive
Episode 59: Called to Collaborate
3MMM Episode 58: Grief Rituals
3MMM Episode 57: Caring for Grief
3MMM Episode 56: Community Grief
3MMM Episode 54: Listening in Community
3MMM Episode 53: BONUS! More on Spacious Conversations
3MMM Episode 52: Spacious Conversations with Danielle Tumminio Hansen
3MMM Episode 51: Thinking Theologically with Eric Barreto
Episode 39: Pulled Up Short
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The Bible Recap
The Bible in a Year (with Fr. Mike Schmitz)
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