When we devote ourselves to things that give us energy, we have more energy for things we have no energy for.
Extroverts understand this. If one derives energy from being with people, one must do that to fuel those focused, solo work times. Saying, “I’ll deprive myself of this until I do this,” is a sometimes necessary, emergency move, not a best way to go about life.
Here’s what on my mind this morning: I spent most of the holidays in the DFW area visiting family. Texas is a great place…as is any place with Cracker Barrel. Chicken and Dumplings. When hiring for ministry, one of the most important traits to look for is thirst for ministry that transcends the “musts” of […]
First, a word of thanks to those of you who read this blog. I might have some of these same thoughts, but they might remain only thoughts without having you to have a conversation with. Thank you for your support. I know this post is a little bit late. Truth be told, I’ve been in […]