I think all of us know that we could manage our time and schedules better. It seems like every week something gets lost in the shuffle or issues come flying out of left field that derail our ministry train.
And whenever there are interruptions to the schedule, it's the time for what really matters that is affected the most.
On today's podcast, we talk to Ken Shigematsu about how he discovered the "Rule of Life" and how it has transformed his life and ministry. Ken talks about transitioning from being a "7-11" man to developing a rhythm that helps him keep the most important things at the forefront of his life so he can discover God in everything.
Ken Shigematsu is the Lead Pastor of Tenth Church in Vancouver BC Canada. Ken is the author of God In My Everything - How An Ancient Rhythm Helps Busy People Enjoy God.
For more on managing your ministry time and schedule, check out episode 128 with our great friend John Finkelde, read Jeff's classic blog about how much he hates the idea of time management, and re-listen to Dave Jacobs talking about the essential five priorities for small church pastors.
We are so grateful to Ken for his time and we would encourage you to pick up his book and begin to implement your own "Rule of Life." If you already have a rule of life, we'd love to hear about it and how it has worked for you! Email us anytime -- firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com.
Jonny (and Jeff)
BELOW IS A VIDEO INTRO TO KEN'S CHURCH...
Tenth Church Vision Video from Tenth Church on Vimeo.
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