Time Management for Christians
Feeling overwhelmed? Too much to do and not enough time to do it? As we read the Gospels, we note that there is no record of Jesus being late, overwhelmed, or stressed by time management issues. That might mean that we are not supposed to feel like that if we want to be like him. Consider your time management approach and gains some tools for this critical part of life in Time Management for Christians.
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For Further Consideration
You might want to look at the resources we will be using in this series. Here are Amazon links to both of them. Seven Habits of Highly Effective People. Getting Things Done.
This is Bill Jacobs for LifeResource Ministries. Good day to you.
We’re starting a new series today, the title of which is Time Management for Christians. The title of this first installment is Why Time Management Is Important for Christians.
Have you ever noticed that when you hear a song played, you can almost always tell, within ten years or so, of when that song came out? Songs from the various decades have a similar quality about them. It’s like there was an enormous group-think going on among the song writers of each decade that caused them to create the same kind of music – either that, or there was a lot of copycatting going on. Right?