Archive for August, 2010

Don't Be Lazy

Don’t Be Lazy

• August 23, 2010 • Comments (0)

In the face of all the multiple demands at seminary, the temptation to laziness can be acute.  I’ve spoken with a number of students who succumb to laziness, to their own hurt.  They have much to get done, but cannot get themselves to do it. Often laziness will show up as procrastination; or choosing to […]

Category: Academics, Spiritual life

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Start the Semester Off Smart

Start the Semester Off Smart

• August 20, 2010 • Comments (1)

The first week of seminary is over, and looming ahead are due dates for reading, papers and tests. You know this because you should have a syllabus for each class, which contains all the assignments you’ll need to complete this semester and their due dates. This is awesome. It’s a time management bonanza. If you […]

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Category: Time Management

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Ministry Is For Broken People

Ministry Is For Broken People

• August 16, 2010 • Comments (4)

The true reasons people go into ministry are manifold.  We’ve written at length about the need for divine calling.  But not surprisingly, there are human factors as well. One major human factor that is widely unacknowledged is personal brokenness.  I’ve never met anyone in ministry who didn’t have some level of emotional wounding in their […]

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Category: Emotional Health

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Survival Skill # 1: Triage

Survival Skill # 1: Triage

• August 7, 2010 • Comments (0)

Triage (`tree-ozh), from French, “to sort.” 1. A process for sorting injured people into groups based on their need for or likely benefit from immediate medical treatment. Triage is used in hospital emergency rooms, on battlefields, and at disaster sites when limited medical resources must be allocated. 2. A system used to allocate a scarce commodity, […]

Category: Time Management

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