Grounds for patience

The cardinal sin of the 21st century is to be boring and slow. We demand the brief newscast, fast report: your worst offense is to waste my time. Yet Jesus often used agricultural symbols and parables, partly to remind us that good things require time.
Tags:  Patience, Time, Hope, Theology of Work

Ordering your private world

Time. There's just not enough of it. Work, family, church, hobbies, causes, ... and the unplanned events. Some days are exhausting and even a little chaotic. Here's a simple formula for bringing clarity and simplicity to the demands on our time.
Tags:  Time, Margin, Roth, Workmatters

Time well spent

Like a good father with his children, Jesus values the time you spend with Him far more than the things you do for Him. What does this look like in your work day?
Tags:  Time

Preparing For The ‘Fourth Quarter’

By Jim Mathis Life can be compared to a football or basketball game, or perhaps the final minutes of a soccer match. At some point you reach the fourth quarter. You feel tired, maybe hurting a little, but there is still time on the clock. There are still plays to be made. Chances are, they are the most important plays of the game. This is where you win or lose the contest.
Tags:  Fourth Quarter, Time, Finishing Well, Opportunities