Published May 2015
Get more than you thought possible out of every day, month and year.
God gives each of us the same 168 hours every week. Some of us seem to use that time with incredible efficiency and power. But for many others this is an area of frustrating deficiency. Time Management for Christian Leaders challenges leaders to evaluate goals, and teaches practical techniques for improvement. Author and coach Ken Willard reveals ways we inadvertently waste time, and offers solutions in a step-by-step process at the reader’s own pace. This book is engaging, easy to read, and even entertaining. Most importantly, it is full of information that can transform the Christian leader’s ministry and life.You will want to keep this book close at hand, to read again and again. These strategies, insights and coaching questions help readers to really manage their time. Or, as the title suggests, to Squeeze Blood from a Turnip. --J. Val Hastings, MCC, Founder & President of Coaching4Clergy & Coaching4BusinessLeaders
Insightful, practical help for leaders! Time Management for Christian Leaders is a wonderful tool for laity. The principles in this book can open us to allow God to produce greater fruit for the Kingdom.--Brian Hammons, Conference Lay Leader -- Missouri Conference of the United Methodist Church
If you’re looking for more abundant living, this book is for you. Ken's biblically grounded approach produces practical strategies for today's time-pressed Christian leaders.--Beth Caulfield, Director of Small Groups and Team Vital Champion, The United Methodist Church of Greater New JerseyThis book offers both personal coaching and ways to make your church or faith-based organization more effective. Are you ready to be coached? Prepare to be both motivated and encouraged by this book. You’ll walk away from it more focused on your core values and on God’s path for you. --Jim Barber, Executive Director, Society for Church Consulting; President, Barber Church Consulting
Life in ministry moves fast, and this potent book can help us to do more of what we are meant to do. --Aubrey Malphurs, Founder of The Malphurs Group; Professor of Leadership and Pastoral Ministries, Dallas Seminary