What do Jordan Peterson, Rachel Hollis, and Dave Ramsey all have in common?
In this episode, I’m joined by Scott Kedersha. Scott is the Marriage and Family Pastor at Harris Creek Baptist Church in Waco, TX. He writes about dating, marriage, and family relationships at ScottKedersha.com, and is the author of Ready or Knot: 12 Conversations Every Couple Needs to Have before...
In this episode, I celebrate the milestone of doing Redeeming Productivity for one full year full time. And I share some of the lessons I've learned about productivity, entrepreneurship, and just trying all kinds of different things to make RP sustainable.
In this episode, I speak with pastor and Jonathan Edwards scholar, Matthew Everhard. We talk about what modern Christians can learn from Edwards's 70 resolutions. We also talk about the value of weekly routines and what Matthew has learned from taking notes using the same systems Edwards did.
It can be tempting to believe that because we are just spiritual people our physical environments don’t affect us. But they do. And often the best thing you can do to become more disciplined is not to rely on willpower, but instead, curate an environment that fosters the kind of habits you want to...
In this episode, I’m joined by Chris Martin who is the author of the new book Terms of Service: The Real Cost of Social Media. We discuss how social media is affecting us and how Christians should think about engaging online.
In this episode, I share what I learned for this experiment and the steps I’ve taken to guard my attention since switching back to dumb down my iPhone.
In this episode, Dr. Peter Sammons and I discuss the process of writing a book. How do you go from idea to written final version?
In this episode, we talk about the unhelpful ways Christians often discuss gaming, why video games are so stinking fun, and how Christians should approach gaming. I also share a reading from my brand new book A Student’s Guide to Gaming which comes out this week.