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I hope you’ve had a productive and God-honoring week so far.
We’ve been a busy bee over here at the RP headquarters.
- The new Redeeming Productivity website launched earlier this week.
- We wrapped up season five of the Redeeming Productivity show.
- And we’re gearing up to reopen enrollment for Redeeming Productivity Academy
I’ll have some more information about that next week. But if you want the full scoop on Redeeming Productivity Academy, make sure you’re on the waitlist,
Okay, let’s get into this week’s Roundup!
✨ New on Redeeming Productivity
🎙When Productivity Disconnects You from God (22 mins)
In this episode, we talk about the real temptation to let work and productivity consume your life. If we aren’t careful we can become disconnected from creation, our relationships, and even God. But if we approach productivity correctly, it can be a vehicle for greater faithfulness.
Make sure you’re subscribed to the Redeeming Productivity Show so you don’t miss an episode.
“But through my career of 30-plus years, I’ve found that work-life balance is a myth. It’s a myth because “balance” suggests a static state of being, whereas life is constantly changing. But it’s also a myth because work is not the opposite of life—it isn’t something separate from life.”
(Denise Lee Yohn / The Gospel Coalition)
The Art of Heavenly-Mindedness (6 mins)
“Rather than overburden us with all the “gear” we’ll ever need at the start, God supplies for our needs along the way. To keep us from infatuation, self-reliance, and stagnation God provides what we need when we need it.”
(Stephen Spinnenweber / Reformation 21)
“The famed Eisenhower was supposed to be the panacea for all of our prioritization problems. . . . It turns out that when everything is important AND urgent, the Eisenhower Matrix stops working.”
5 Thoughts on Procrastination (1 min)
This is a great roundup of some of the different root causes of procrastination.
“Procrastination is the soul rebelling against entrapment.”
“Nothing helped me overcome my spiritual depression, deep shame, and emotional pain of ministry more than connecting my head and heart with the glorious hope of heaven.”
(Scotty Smith / Desiring God)
🖋Quote of the Week
The everyday choices I make regarding money and possessions are of eternal consequence.
– Randy Alcorn
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⌛️That’s All for this Week
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