by NewChurches.com: If you’re going to live bivocationally and you don’t take ownership of your schedule, the whole thing is going to be difficult.
In Episode 245 of the NewChurches Q&A Podcast, Daniel and Todd share an excerpt from our Bivocational Ministry course with Hugh Halter. In this excerpt, Hugh shares some practical life lessons and strategies for managing time when juggling work, church, and family.
In this episode, you’ll discover:
Helpful planning strategies to manage your time well.
Why learning to say “no” is vital to the success of a bivocational lifestyle.
Shareable Quotes (#NewChurches):
“Nobody else gets to own you or determine what you do, you have to actually learn how to architect the way that you’re going to live.”—@hughhalter
“If you’re going to live bivocationally and you don’t take ownership of your schedule, the whole thing is going to be difficult.”—@hughhalter
“Whatever you give your leadership to will generally grow.” —@hughhalter
“You can stop 25% of what you’re doing right now and nobody will care.” —@hughhalter
If you enjoyed this excerpt, make sure to take a look at our Bivocational Ministry Course
Read about Freelancing, Money, and Finding a Job in BivocationalMinistry
Read this post about The Art of Juggling: Bivocationalism and Church Ministry
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