A Pastor’s Work is Never Done.
Sometimes you feel like you just can’t win. While you are praying, you feel you should be studying. While studying you feel you should be out visiting. While visiting you feel you should be with your family. And while you are with your family, you feel you should be spending more time with the Lord.
It’s a vicious circle. Driven by both a relentless sense of guilt and a sincere desire to serve, you hurry through each day-every day off-trying to get everything done. But no matter how hard you try, you never have enough time to meet all the needs around you.
Fortunately, there are ways to cope with competing time demands. In the second volume of Mastering Ministry’s Pressure Points, you’ll find practical, helpful advice from three men who have learned to balance the time pressures faced by pastors. You’ll discover how to stay spiritually refreshed in the midst of ministry’s daily routine and deal successfully with the pressure as you tackle The Time Crunch.
- Title: Pressure Points: The Time Crunch
- Authors: John C. Maxwell, Greg. Asimakoupoulos, Steve McKinley
- Publisher: Multnomah Books
- Publication Date: 1993
- Pages: 158