Did you remember to switch your clock an hour ahead? Yep, me, too. (Yawn.) It really set us back to lose that hour of sleep, didn’t it? (Bring on another cup of coffee.) Research has shown the Monday after
Yesterday we celebrated Leap Year, which meant we had an extra day this year. How did you spend it?
Here’s a quick self-test:
How am I managing my time?
Time management is actually a misnomer because no one can manage time. What we
“Jesus’ prayerful waiting for God’s instructions freed him from the tyranny of the urgent. It gave him a sense of direction, set a steady pace and enabled him to do every task God assigned. And on his last night
“I wish I could stand on a busy street corner and beg people to give me all their wasted hours.”
Wouldn’t it be great if we could stock up on the hours others have wasted or don’t want?
The Bakersfield Ministry Conference hosted last weekend by Fresno Pacific University invited me to teach my seminar “The Time Crunch.” Managing your time is a misnomer; what we really do with time management is manage ourselves to make more