Links for your weekend reading:
I began asking leaders in outwardly focused churches about their practical steps…The answers I received were immensely practical, very helpful, and highly doable. Though this list is by no means exhaustive, here are seven of the more common habits.
If we are not treating one another well, then what we’re facing is not a lack of niceness but a lack of gospel.
Not in my own strength, but by the grace of my Lord Jesus Christ, I’ve moved in the direction of several more hopeful responses. Perhaps they would be helpful to some of you…
Sleeping is more than just the way God designed us to function; it’s actually a daily confession of our own limitations, our dependence on God, and our trust in Him to run the world.
Over time you may become skilled and experienced enough to “shoot from the hip” and still hit a lot of targets, but in truth you’re probably compromising your best work in doing so.
Over the last 12 months I have conducted countless productivity experiments on myself, interviewed some of the most productive people in the world, and read a ton of books and academic literature on productivity, all to explore how I could become as productive as possible, and then write about the lessons I learned.
Here, for the time-constrained among you, is a summary of what the major blogs I read (excluding the academic theology ones, which vary a bit more) say in virtually every post.