Time Management for Christians – Part 3 – Managing Time
Looking ahead is something Jesus was and is big on. So is being ready for any eventuality. But how good are we at these time management skills? Sharpen yours with this presentation, the third in our series on time management.
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There is so much out there on time management. Probably the most thought-provoking can be found by googling “TED TALKS” and then once there, search on “Time Management.”
Our title today is Managing Time. It’s the third part of our series on Time Management for Christians.
All right. If you’ve listened to the two previous presentations on Time Management, you may have identified some of the roles you play in your life, including those related to any spiritual gifts God has given you, and certainly related to the Christian calling in general. And you may be have thought about which of these are more important, or even most important, and which are less. So today, we’re going to talk about how to fit in all these things into our schedule in a balanced way. And the word there to emphasize is balanced.