We know it would be tragic to look back on life and see that we had succeeded at all kinds of lesser things but had failed at the greater things. The only way to avoid such a failure is by learning the art of biblical productivity. This is effectively using your gifts, talents, time, energy, and enthusiasm for the good of others and the glory of God.
Productivity for the Christian is motivated by a desire to live in this world for the glory of God. This article explains that productivity requires intentionality and effectiveness.
Are you good at procrastinating? Is procrastination a problem for you? This article offers four ways to deal with it.
This article shares six reasons why you should think about the shortness of life.