I am curious about an "idea" that was posed to me by one of my deacons. He believes it would be a good idea to give a weekly report (either verbally or in the church bulletin) of the visits I make during the week. Now I know this isn't coming from a desire to "check up on me" because he and I makes visits together quite a bit. He knows I'm out visiting. He believes that it would be good for the church to hear a report of it though. I'm not sure what it is, but something just doesn't feel right about it. It almost feels like I would be promoting myself (look what "I" did) or something like that. It has not been a practice of mine at my previous two churches, and it was never an issue. So I was curious whether or not any of you pastors practice any type of visitation reporting?