Monday Start (Resources for the Week)

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Rowan Williams (Archbishop of Canterbury) and Richard Dawkins – “The Nature of Human Beings and the Question of their Ultimate Origin.” This was a dialogue event which took place in the Sheldonian Theater, Oxford University, on February 23, 2012. You can read more about this here and watch the video here.

John Ortberg interviews Dallas Willard – This interview took place at the Catalyst 2010. You can view the videos here.

Mickey Goodman – “Are We Raising a Generation of Helpless Kids?

Wade Hodges – “Spiritual Fitness in 100 Words.”

Daniel Kirk – “The Wisdom of Stability.”


Dealing with ministry issues?

Ron Edmondson – “The Loneliness of a Pastor.”

Ed Cyzewski – “The Dark Side of Pastors: Getting to the Root of Pastoral Affairs” Also see “Why Pastors Fall Into Affairs.”


Work Practices

Amy Gallo – “Stop E-Mail Overload” (Harvard Business Review).

Michael Hyatt – “7 Steps to Launching Your Next Project.”


Finally

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  • http://www.wadehodges.com Wade Hodges

    Thanks Jim! I love these resource posts. Hope you are doing well.

    • http://www.godhungry.org Jim Martin

      Wade, thanks! I am doing well. Hope that your trip to Baton Rouge went well.

  • darrylrlewis

    Thank you for sharing this stuff, Jim. You continue to help us by sharing great resources, something you’ve done from the beginning. I love listening to people who make me feel glad and hopeful about being a Christian.

    • http://www.godhungry.org Jim Martin

      Darryl, thanks very much. I’m glad these resources are helpful to you. Hope you are doing well.