Saturday, January 24, 2015

Time Management from a Christian Perspective (Audio link to Part 1 & 2)

Many of you have asked for the Time Management from a Christian Perspective Talk I give on audio. Well here it is! This is not the audio from last week's talk at Colonial Baptist Church in Cary, North Carolina, but an audio of another time I gave it about five years ago! Boy, speaking of time, it flies!  That is why I always begin the talk with Psalm 90:10-12:

Our days may come to seventy years,
    or eighty, if our strength endures;
yet the best of them are but trouble and sorrow,
    for they quickly pass, and we fly away ...
 Teach us to number our days,
    that we may gain a heart of wisdom.
Colonial Baptist Church of Cary, North Carolina advertised the seminar so well.
Not only did they put it on their website,
but they had it in a picture frame in the women's restrooms!

After the time management seminar, I did a book signing.
All the women just had time to talk!  Look how creatively the tables were decorated!
With clocks and clock cookies for all!
Time Managment Part 1: You may want to forward through the first 4 minutes or so as I got choked up before we had barely started over the work God has done in my life in this area. When I looked up, many were crying with me!

In Part One, I give principles for good time management from a Christian perspective—taken from the busiest week in all of history, the week of Creation. I include in the talk my own personal applications. (49 minutes)

Time Managment Part 2: 
Part two covers specific questions to help you focus on what's important in six life areas:
            • Personal Needs
            • Family and Friend Relationships
            • Household and Possessions
            • Church and Community
            • Business and Career
            • Civic and Political Process
 (24 minutes)

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