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Listen. Can you hear it? The more you try to squeeze into your day, the better chance you have of hearing time fly by! There’s nothing we can do to add more hours to the day, so we’ve got to find a way to use our time more effectively and efficiently. In Time Management for the Christian Leader, you’ll explore the connections between your tasks and your goals and measure the space between your load and your limit. You’ll identify time wasters and learn best practices for long-term, short-term, and daily planning. And you’ll discover how traditional, “business” time-management theories seamlessly blend with scriptural context.
You will want to keep this book close at hand, to read again and again. These strategies, insights and coaching questions help readers to really manage their time. Or, as the title suggests, to Squeeze Blood from a Turnip. --J. Val Hastings, MCC, Founder & President of Coaching4Clergy & Coaching4BusinessLeaders
Insightful, practical help for leaders! Time Management for Christian Leaders is a wonderful tool for laity. The principles in this book can open us to allow God to produce greater fruit for the Kingdom. –Brian Hammons, Conference Lay Leader, Missouri Conference of the United Methodist Church
If you’re looking for more abundant living, this book is for you. Ken's biblically grounded approach produces practical strategies for today's time-pressed Christian leaders. –Beth Caulfield, Director of Small Groups and Team Vital Champion, The United Methodist Church of Greater New Jersey
This book offers both personal coaching and ways to make your church or faith-based organization more effective. Are you ready to be coached? Prepare to be both motivated and encouraged by this book. You’ll walk away from it more focused on your core values and on God’s path for you. –Jim Barber, Executive Director, Society for Church Consulting; President, Barber Church Consulting
Life in ministry moves fast, and this potent book can help us to do more of what we are meant to do. –Aubrey Malphurs, Founder of The Malphurs Group; Professor of Leadership and Pastoral Ministries, Dallas Seminary