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Time Management in Ministry

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Time management in ministry is absolutely vital. Think about all of the important responsibilities that you have to attend to. Each and every responsibility that you have directly relates to pointing people towards Christ. With this in mind, it is imperative that you do not manage your time in a way that causes you to carelessly miss ministerial opportunities. On top of this, poor management of your ministry will lead you down a stressful path.

In a busy world, how can you balance the aspects of your life so that you thrive in each of them? How can you manage your ministry, so it does not manage you? Time management in ministry is a broad topic that involves more than just directly managing the allotment of time. This topic area is key for you to master in the areas of personal balance, calendars and priorities, emails, social media, and more. We want to teach you to manage the areas within your ministry in order to promote effectiveness and alleviate stress.

One of the primary opponents of time management in ministry is procrastination. Procrastination can cause you to miss out on opportunities, neglect deadlines, and ultimately hinder the ministry as a whole. Time management in ministry is key when attempting to maximize the influence that you have as a leader. It will strengthen your ability to lead and allow you to meet the goals that you have as a leader.

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Our goal is to provide you with practical tips so that you are able to manage your ministry and manage your time. It is time to stop letting distractions rule you, responsibilities control you, and schedules destroy you. You are called to be a leader who flourishes in what God has for you. Latch on to the advice within this series and watch as you develop the skills necessary to succeed in a busy world.

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