The Nines 2011 – Time – 5:20-5:50pm notes

Craig Groeschel – LifeChurch.tv (Edmond, OK): Imaginary Deadlines
  • Imaginary deadline – it’s not someone else’s deadline, it’s my deadline.
  • Put “imaginary deadline” on those items so they get done, and free mind to be creative in other places.
Dharius Daniels – Kingdom Church (Ewing, NJ): Tell Time Where to Go
  • Time is a limited resource.
  • Time most valuable asset—non renewable, limited, unpredictable
  • I want to use the time God has given me to serve the vision God has given me.
Margaret Feinberg – Transparent Faith (Morrison, CO): Peak Performance
  • I don’t find time to write. I make time to write.
  • I align my schedule for peak performance.
  • How are you aligning your schedule for peak performance?
Peter Greer – HOPE International (Lancaster, PA): Redefining Success at Home
  • How can we be both excellent at what we do and loving of our family?
  • When I come home I put the Blackberry in the drawer and don’t look at it again until the kids are in bed.
Shunna Jones Moreno – Mosaic Church (Los Angeles, CA): God Things or Good Things?
  • Estimated that 1,500 pastors leave full-time ministry each year.
  • Not because of moral failure, but burn-out.
  • Time management—my journey with God’s involvement in my daily choices.
  • Time management starts before calendars are pulled out—need guidance of God to ensure time is effective & God honoring.
  • Proverbs 3:5-6
  • Spend time on God things, not just good things.
  • Trust Him to lead & guide you
Lizette Beard – LIfeway Christian Resources (Nashville, TN): LIke-able But Not Reliable
  • God has created us for his good works.
  • Ephesians 2:8-10
  • Data dump everything you’ve got to do–all in one place so won’t lose it.
  • What do you need to do? What do I need to do next?
  • Rest in Christ, data dump, and do what you need to do to get it done.
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