Links for your weekend reading:
6 High-Yield New Year’s Resolutions Every Leader Should Make
But there are some goals that every leader could benefit from accomplishing. Here are 6 that continue to inspire and challenge me.
5 Reasons to Read the Entire Bible in 2016
I’ve become convinced that every student of Scripture, particularly those of us who are or might be charged with teaching it as a vocation, ought to consider this practice. Here are five benefits I’ve discovered from reading through God’s Word each year.
Reading the Whole Bible in 2016: An FAQ
How long does it take to read through the entire Bible in a year?
Less than 10 minutes a day.
Three Differences Between Busyness and Productivity
Here are 3 ways leaders can spot the difference between busyness and productivity.
6 Questions Preachers Should Ask of Every Sermon
The final step—which typically takes place on Saturday—is vital: I edit the sermon. I usually shorten it, but I also ask several crucial questions to make certain it is achieving six fundamental goals.
Plagiarizing and Quoting in Preaching
Here are four personal rules that help me avoid plagiarism while encouraging me to judiciously and appropriately quote and cite others.
This Is the Last Post You Will Ever Need to Read on Why They Don’t Sing in Church Anymore
Churches must begin assuming that everyone can sing, teaching them they can sing, and setting good examples of singing. Only then will we begin to change our mute Christian culture.