Reading three books a month may seem daunting at first. However, with discipline and a sound system, you can read at least three monthly books and not go crazy simultaneously. Reading helps you to learn more, be encouraged, challenged, and ultimately grow not only in knowledge but also in wisdom.
The best show to be created, "The Office," is usually seen as a comedy of unique taste. Though this show is technically a comedy, there are some excellent golden nuggets of wisdom. Here are a few of my favorites in order of impact (at least for me). Identity theft "Identity
Churches that are dying portray specific characteristics. Thom S. Rainer, in his book Autopsy of a Deceased Church, shows us nine signs of a dying church.
Books I will be reading this July. Autopsy of a Deceased Church: 12 Ways to Keep Yours Alive Becoming a Welcoming Church Scrappy Church: God's Not Done Yet I Am a Church Member: Discovering the Attitude that Makes the Difference
Luther, Calvin, and St. Augustine prayed this way. By the time you are through this process, you will have already read the Bible, prayed, and journaled all at once.
Reading 5 Psalms a day is a simple, yet powerful system for reading and praying through the book of Psalms every month.
In a perfect world all the necessary systems for being productive would live in a single space. For now, this hybrid system can help you get things done.
Notion serves as a second brain. A tool that helps you organize many aspects of your life in a digital form by creating pages and databases.
The unique perspective of the Psalmist on how not to be blessed. A thought on the consequences of sin as a rhythmic regression of your life.
When someone says something motivating to me, I add them to my Encouragement File. I do this because of a simple reason; sometimes I get discouraged.