It’s the weekend…finally. The perfect time to grab a cup of coffee and catch up on some reading. Below, you’ll find some articles I came across this week that I found helpful as a leader and parent and hope you do as well.
Before diving into those, in case you missed them this week. Here are the top 3 posts from my blog this week that I hope you find helpful:
- 5 Things Productive People do in the Morning
- 11 Ways to Know You’ve Settled for a Mediocre Marriage
- 18 Things Every Husband Should Know about His Wife
I’ve also begun a new hobby, a podcast with my good friend Casey Cease called Leadership Conversations. Our goal is to have the conversations leaders wish they could have or have in their heads so that they can win at leadership. I’d love for you to check it out.
Now, onto some of the posts I enjoyed this week:
Christmas is almost here, which means time for gifts and some time off. If you’re a leader, this is a great time to grab a great book. Here are 18 books Brian Dodd thinks every leader needs to read in 2018 (I’ve read some of these and he’s right).
Christmas is a challenging season for everyone, but for pastors it can be especially hard if they don’t plan well and think through it. Chuck Lawless shares 10 things for pastors to do differently this month that I found to be really helpful.
Sleep is a challenge for everyone, but it doesn’t have to be. In fact, sleep is crucial not only to health and longevity, but effectiveness. In fact, as one blog put it, sleep is a gift.
This article by Brian Jones on Inside the mind of a disgruntled church member is a must read for any pastor or person who attends a church.
December is a busy month for everyone, but especially pastors. What can you do? Tyler Reagin has some great insights on how to lead and rest during the holiday season.