What is it you do again?

IBusiness Card‘m a flock pastor.

A what?

A flock pastor.

A what?

Never mind.

Yes, I have entered the world of the gainfully employed. Or, as a seminary grad is supposed to say, the world of full-time ministry. Either way, I can now support Courtney (who just so happened to support me through seminary). And how do I support her, you ask? Easy. . .

I’m a flock pastor.

Yes indeed, I oversee a flock. Much like a flock of seagulls (not these seagulls, though), or a flock of, well, sheep. And my sheep entail three main groups: the Internationals on LSU’s campus, young professionals in Baton Rouge, and the comprar reductil online relatively young married people (though I’m not sure WHERE young ends and old begins these days [with science and all]).

Regardless of where you draw the line, it’ll likely somehow fall under my ever-important flock jurisdiction. So when you come through Baton Rouge and you’re in need of a flock party, give me a call. I’m sure I can put something together.

Any other terrible puns we can make with this?

8 Replies to “What is it you do again?”

  1. Well done, my friend. Glad to see you’re back to updating the waiting world! I miss you guys. Even though you never actually moved to Houston, I had readied myself for it.

    Sincerely… your spurned friend in houston

    1. Yes, I know. I had readied myself as well. I guess the price wasn’t right. Nor was the fact that you guys really didn’t have a spot.

  2. “Flock” pastor works well for ministry, but since you’re starting your own flock with Courtney too, it can double as a title for “dad.” I’m figuring this means you guys will need to have more than one child so it can be a “flock” too.

    1. Yeah, It’s funny to try and communicate it to someone who isn’t involved in ministry, though. It usually turns into a lot of “What is that?” “How does that work?” “A what?” I’ve resolved to say something like “It’s like an associate pastor over certain ministries.” That works a little better. Maybe I should just start calling myself the senior pastor. No, wait. That probably won’t work.

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