Your 3-Step Money Formula (Podcast) by Art Rainer
Sometimes we make money way too complex. Just the terms alone can drive us crazy–401(k), 403(b), 409 Multi-Surface Cleaner. What do they all mean? We assume that a good understanding of money is reserved for the special few. Fortunately, this is not true. You can understand God’s design for you and your money. In fact, in the Bible, we find a simple, three-step formula for your money. Here it is:
Spiritual Disciplines in A Digital Age by Philip Nation
The digitally connected world has given us access to more information and less understanding. It puts me in contact with more people but provides less relationally to these contacts. Our technology allows me to see everywhere but not to visit. It is as if the Disney movie “Wall-e” is beginning to happen.”
It takes a love for the people and the work, coupled with a discipline to throw oneself into the work, for leaders to leave their offices. The pull to stay in your office can be strong. There are plenty of emails and plenty of meetings to keep leaders stuck in their offices. But wise leaders get out of their offices; here are five great things that happen when they do:
Today I want to talk to you about succession. I want to talk to you about the usual transition, and then I want to talk to you about the ideal transition. What usually happens in an organization when someone decides to think about ramping down is they choose a successor. The problem is that they spend way too much time continuing to do the work of their role. So on a graph, majority of the time used is on continuing their work. Next, they have the opportunity to begin to develop someone…
Finding Sanity in the Fall Rush by Christi Straub
Josh and I had a friend ask us the other day about balance. How do we maintain balance between our jobs, co-hosting a podcast, leading a ministry, and still prioritizing our marriage and kids?