I am a horrible time manager. Horrible.
But it's been in the last three-ish or so year that God has been working on my heart in this area of my life.
I distinctly remember sitting in a Sunday School class when Ephesians 5:15-16 was explained. It was the first memorable time that I recognized that I would be accountable to God for how I use my days, my hours.
And by no means do I have things figured out.
In fact, I fail miserably 20,000 times a day at this.
But for some reason, I was chosen to give a time-management workshop at Camp training for the seasoned, veteran counselors.
So, I put together a little presentation that was an acronym that spelled the word T.I.M.E. Dorky, I know. (Actually, it took a little bit of time to put together. Do you know how long it took me to come up with that?)
It's nothing new. Just stuff I've learned.
I can't take the credit.
But I need to review it, so I'm going to review it by posting its contents for the next four Tuesdays.
I hope you enjoy. (Or at least, get a small something out of it.)