Redeeming Productivity

A Christian Approach to Getting Stuff Done

Redeeming Productivity

A Christian Approach to Getting Stuff Done

About the Blog

Welcome to Redeeming Productivity

Hey, my name is Reagan Rose and I have a bit of an obsession—I love all things productivity.

I’m also a Christian and I think all believers should think about how we can better steward the time, resources, and lives the Lord has given us. This blog is my effort to encourage other Christ followers to pursue Christian productivity.

Redeeming Productivity is a blog containing articles, book reviews, and tool recommendations for Christians who want to get more done, and get it done like Christians. With a focus on developing a theology of motivation rooted in the Word of God, I strive to create content that will help you accomplish more in the right way, for the right reasons, to glorify the right One.

You can follow me on Twitter @reagantrose

For information on advertising, guest post opportunities, or general inquiries email me at reagan@redeemingproductivity.com

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Made in the Image of a Productive God

Productivity has to do with work—specifically being more effective and efficient in getting work done. What we may sometimes forget, however, is the ultimate reason for which Christians should try and be productive in our work. We should be productive in our work because we were made in the image of a productive God. The book of Genesis demonstrates this profound reality. The Bible throughout...

Thanks for a Meaningful Life

No matter what each day holds, or how bad things might get, I have an overarching reason to always get out of bed in the morning. I have not just a purpose to my life, I have the purpose of life. Today, whatever I do, I get to glorify the Maker of heaven and earth.

How I Use OmniFocus to Get More Done

When I was involved in campus ministry, I used to carry around a notebook and collapsible pen in my back pocket. Both were very tiny. I would jot down thoughts and people’s contact information, but mostly I used it to make check lists. I would draw a little box to tick and a to-do item next to it. Next line. Another little box and another to-do item. That’s how I made sure I got...

Christian Stewardship: It’s Not Your Treasure to Bury

I don’t know about you but there’s only one place I’ve ever heard someone use the word “stewardship” and that’s in church. It’s not an exclusively Christian word, but if Oxford ever published a Lexicon of Christianese, “stewardship” would most certainly have an entry. Sadly, if this theoretical dictionary did exist, the definition for Christian stewardship would probably just say, “See tithe.” I...

How I use Screen Time on iOS 12 to Fight iPhone Distraction

Subscribe to the blog and get the latest posts and updates in your inbox. Subscribe I’ve previously written on Smart Phones and Distraction and How to make your iPhone read Kindle books to you. I also recently gave my picks for the top 10 iPhone apps for Christians. In light of this, some might say I write too much about the iPhone. But I’ve just got to talk about this new Screen Time...

8 Ways to Make Daily Bible Reading a Habit

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We live in a time in which there is unprecedented access to Bible study tools—multiple excellent translations, study helps, internet resources, Bible software, phone apps, etc.—yet we are also more distracted than ever. Personal devotion to God through Bible reading is a blessing you do not want to skip. And Scripture tells us of the importance of spending time in the Word. Yet, so many...

How Christians Can Keep Up With the News Without Going Down the Rabbit Hole

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I am not a news junky at all. If anything I have the tendency to fall into the camp of ignorance is bliss. But I also recognize that being prepared to offer Christian responses to current events is important. For me, the thought of scrolling through dozens of news sites a day just to know what’s happening in the world sounds like medieval torture. In this age of information overload, our...

How Christians Can Relax Without Feeling Guilty

Do you ever get that nagging feeling when you’re trying to take a break? “I should really be working.” I’m willing to bet that if you’re reading a productivity blog, you’re someone who feels guilty when they relax. I want to show you one method for how to relax without feeling guilty that’s worked for me. Working in college and campus ministry, I have had...

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