Jumping in the Wayback Machine in 3…2…
[O]ver the last two days I have read well over 500 pages of books, sat through nine hours of meetings and conversations, typed up 11 single-spaced pages of notes, listened to at least five podcasts and sermons on my commute, scanned 200+ blog posts and hundreds more Twitter feeds, and attempted to catch a few minutes of the TV news. (And you thought preachers only worked on Sunday!)
…there’s something about these last two days that has convinced me that I must do better. I need to do better. I have to create space to process. Before I open the next book, before I book the next conference, before I confer with the next pastor, and before I pastor the next church member, I have to make room to capture and process what I’ve been given. To do otherwise is to squander the gift of the original information. It’s bad stewardship at best, and it’s a lost investment of time, money, and resources at worst. I have to create space. You have to create space. We have to create space.
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