I still believe the daily to-do list is an important weapon in the battle for productivity. And, for believers, the fact that we don't always finish our lists should be viewed as a feature, not a flaw.
Porn destroys productivity because it leaves you with a guilty conscience. And a guilty conscience is no trifling matter.
As Christians, we want to be people who exhibit Christ-like love. And Christ-like love means self-sacrifice. Sometimes that sacrifice is your own productivity.
There is a corner of this world brimming with darkness, and it is one into which few believers choose to shine their light. The fields of the internet are still white unto harvest.
It is right and good to seek to be good stewards of our resources, but productive Christians must be on guard against becoming miserly.
In the previous article, I showed you why discipline is the gateway to Christian maturity. As promised, I will now present some practical strategies for cultivating discipline in your Christian life.
Discipline can be cultivated, it can be grown, and by it we too can grow into Christlikeness. Let’s look at exactly what Christian discipline is, why we so desperately need it, and the practical steps we can take to cultivate discipline in our lives.
Fear of man dilutes our witness, destroys our confidence, diminishes our productivity, and dishonors God. But it can be beat.
Seminary broke my love for reading. But over the last few weeks, I've experienced a resurgence in my joy and excitement for reading. I want to explain how my thinking has changed in the hopes that it might help you as well.
Contentment is a shortcut to happiness. It's a mindset rooted in truth that allows you to stop chasing after satisfaction in fleeting things and instead to rest contentedly in what the eternal Lord has already given you.