4 To Read – October 6

Each week, Everyday Servant lists four really great posts to read from Christian blogs…

4 to read

 

Some are from well-known writers and blogs…

Others are from blogs you might have missed…

In this week’s 4-To-Read …

Read Tim Challies, Jon Acuff, Todd Lake and Chuck Lawless…

On topics including…

  1. How to be productive for God…
  2. Whether it’s time to give up on 2014 and wait for next year…
  3. How to have a perfect career path …
  4.  And a chance for evangelism that you may be missing…

 1. Are your days too full?

Wonder how to Find time for your family? You job? Your church?  Tired of the productivity gurus who give you a long list of “What to do” but never delve into the deeper questions that begin with “Why”?

Then you’ll want to read this post from Tim Challies… it begins a series on being productive with God….with the most important question of all… Why did God create us?

2.  Is 2014 turning out the way you hoped?

Not exactly?

Is it time to echo the perennial call of the Cubs fan? “Wait till next year!” (Sorry Cubs fans!)

Read Jon Acuff’s post…

Acuff, says it’s not time to quit… It’s time to rally…

After all…25% of the year is still in front of us!

3. Got your career path all planned out?

Todd Lake has a question for you…

Does God want you to follow your career path…or your passion?

Read Todd’s post featured on The High Calling.  In it He explores the difference between the two, and offers some practical advice for choosing a vocation that honors God…

 

4. Is your small group missing an opportunity for evangelism?

Belong to a small group?  What’s the purpose of your group?

To provide support and spiritual growth to current members?

To create community?

How about evangelism?

Is your small group open to new members?

Is it open to members who are not believers?

In a post on Thom Rainer’s blog, Chuck Lawless outlines how to make room for Evangelism in your small group…

 

There is so much Christian material to read online…

No list could possibly be complete…

Use comments to add links to your own choices…

Perhaps something you have written…

 

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