Jeremy Norton is the real deal! Straight from a small church, 200 miles north of Juneau AK, in the Yukon Territory of Canada, Jeremy talks about leading change, loving his leaders, and ordering his week! This is an awesome episode!
One Friday, on my (Jeff) day off, I was looking at recent iTunes reviews, and saw Jeremy's review of our podcast. So I thought, why don't I call this cat up?! I did, we had a great conversation, and I asked him to be on our podcast - and here it is!
What we liked so much about Jeremy is just how real he was, sharing wins and losses, strengths and struggles. It's encouraging to know that small churches are being led by men and women with such conviction and transparency, and love for their people and for God. Jeremy is an example of just such a pastor.
CHECK OUT HIS WEBSITE FOR GREAT IDEAS
If you want to see a good small church website, and a church making excellent use of social media, stop on by Whitehorse Baptist Church at www.whbc.ca and you can get some great pointers and ideas from what Jeremy's done.
Thanks Jeremy for joining us, for inspiring small church pastors around the world, and for loving Jesus and his people!
We hope that you, pastor, are personally encouraged by Jeremy's words, and also professionally challenged to make the most of the ministry God has blessed you with!
7/5/2017 02:04:43 pm
Enjoyed hearing this podcast! I appreciated the final little conversation about personal time vs. sermon prep. I was sitting here at my computer saying, "It can and should be the same"! Yes I try to read the Word daily. I make time to pray daily. But I really think too much is made of them being mutually exclusive!
7/11/2017 09:27:01 am
Thanks Jeremy. I hope the guys will have you back to share more of what God is doing through you. Also, the Devotion vs Sermon Prep conversation was thought provoking. We want to hear more.
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