You're doing too much, preparing disciples for the workplace, why we choose busyness, and more.
Dear steward, Here’s your weekly roundup of resources and insights to help you on your journey to becoming a more productive Christian. In Today’s Issue: Graduation Gift Idea How to Read Biblical Wisdom Literature A Christian Goes Down the AI Rabbit Hole How to Respond to a Request for Pronouns...
Theology of work, must have productivity apps, switching jobs for better pay, kids staying closer to home, antidote to busyness, 5 verses.
5 Bible verses to help you manage your time. Ephesians 5:15–16; Proverbs 6:6–8; Psalm 90:12; Matthew 6:33; Colossians 3:23–24.
Reasons I chose the community platform Circle.so for my online community and courses.
Smartphones bad for kids?Overvaluing productivity, 91% of companies hiring for AI, Evernote’s price going up, and one powerful question.
The Man with the Longest-Term Vision Wins: 5 Lessons for Christians from the Life of Elon Musk
How the long-term thinking of the world's richest man serves as an example for Christians to be eternally-minded.
How to create an effective weekly schedule, checklist for church shopping, when you should quit a goal, and more.
Quote: Focus and direction
Learn to schedule essential tasks to experience a greater sense of progress and the confidence that you are honoring God in your work habits.
Reading your Bible and praying might not feel especially important in the morning, but they keep your spiritual life running.