Every morning I go to my feeds via Google Reader and check out what’s happening in the blogosphere. This renders many links that I save to my online Pocket and, consequently, pass on to you. Here’s this week’s round.
- EVANGELISM: “How Can I Think Souls Today?” by Neal Pollard. A great, practical approach to soul winning. Let’s be soul conscious as we progress through this work week.
- PRODUCTIVITY: Or, are you in charge of planning your own day (like most of us preachers are)? If so, then LifeHack offers “5 Fundamental Rules of Working from Home” that are worth your read. Wish I could say that I faithfully implement all of these. Scheduling and time management matters are certainly not one-size-fits-all. Find a plan that works for you and then work your plan.
- TECH: “20 Mac Dashboard Widgets That Are Still Worth Installing in 2013” by LifeHack. I have recently rekindled my interest in the widgets in Mac OS X. I mean, it’s there, so I might as well use it, right?
- SELF-IMPROVEMENT: Eric Lyons over at Apologetics Press wrote a great article titled “The Wisdom of Accountability Measures.” Let’s do all we can to make ourselves the best we can be – for each other and, especially, for God in heaven.
Coming up this week on PREACHERS IN TRAINING: Chad Landman will join me tomorrow (Tues., March 5) to talk tech; specifically, we will be discussing “Backing Up Your Digital Life.” As ministers in 2013, we can accumulate A LOT of very valuable, digital materials. If you’re like me, then you cannot afford to lose these sermon outlines, Keynote presentations, design documents, etc. (the list could go on and on). Join us LIVE Tuesday at 3:45 PM (CST) in The Light Network’s chat room. to discuss back up techniques. The podcast will release Thursday morning, Lord willing.