Monday AM - Day off. Hike to the waterfall with a mug of coffee and Bible. Hear from the Lord.
Tuesday AM - Coffee shop. Arc the passage in a moleskine to the sweet, sweet sounds of Bon Iver.
Tuesday PM - After all that hard work, spend afternoon in deep
Wednesday AM - Staff meetings are for suckers. Hand out git'r'done lists to deacons. Give people funny face when they ask you what you do all day. Dictate sermon notes to Siri.
Wednesday PM - Listen to a bazillion podcasts. Think, "Amateurs."
Thursday AM - Take notes, notebook, Bible, and open laptop. Receive word from on high. (It's from on high when the light gets brighter and an angelic chorus is singing. Anything else is probably a bad burrito.) Sermon is done, yo.
Thursday PM - Open up some commentaries on your passage to see what they got wrong.
Friday/Saturday - Windsurfing, or, you know, whatever.
Sunday 10:45 AM - Preach.
Sunday 11:15 AM - "Awe comes down."
Sunday 11:45 AM - Shake hands with the people who can find you through the shekinah glory.
Sunday PM - Start reading through all the emails of thankfulness for your excellent sermon.
Monday AM - Day off. Wake refreshed and rested and ready to do it all again. Isn't preaching awesome?