My friends over at Hillsong are about to release the newest installment of their curriculum. They do a phenomenal job, excellent content we use their stuff every summer. Be on the lookout it’s hitting digital shelves in August.
Here’s what we know so far –
- It’s a 9 week curriculum
- It includes elementary/primary and preschool/toddlers (first time)
- It’s all about Faith, Hope and Love
- It will be physical (DVD) and digital (download)
- Large group/small group (same format as previous curric.)
- Over 7 hours of media content! (this kinda blew my mind when we added it up!)
- New website
Here’s what may be announced (wink, wink) –
- Maybe there will be new worship music from Hillsong Kids?
- Possible there will be a song to celebrate birthdays in your ministry?
- I have heard that there may even be animated characters?
But seriously I am very happy with this new series and know that you will love it!
Jim Collins writes in his introduction to Drucker’s classic text Management. He writes:
Business and social entrepreneur Bob Buford once observed that Drucker contributed as much to the triumph of free society as any other individual. I agree. For free society to function we must have high-performing, self-governed institution in every sector, not just in business, but equally in the social sectors. Without that, as Drucker himself pointed out, the only workable alternative is totalitarian tyranny. Strong institutions, in turn, depend directly on excellent management….and no individual had a greater impact on the practice of management and no single book captures its essence better than his seminal text, Management.
One of the books I try to read every year is “The Effective Executive” By Peter Drucker it’s a classic. Everytime I read it I am challenged afresh. I am actually in the middle of a blog series where I blogging about each chapter in the Effective Executive. I have always felt that it lacked something as I find with most productivity books they stop short. They make the chief goal of productivity to be more time, money or energy for you. When you come to understand the gospel you understand that the chief goal in life is not me and my need but to Glorify God and enjoy Him forever.
In “What’s Best Next” Matt Perman does a masterful job of connecting the gospel to productivity. In a time when many people now find throwing the word gospel in a book to sell more copies I found Matt’s book refreshing in that he understand the gospel and apply it well to productivity. Thank you Matt for writing something that needed to be written. As someone who is passionate about the Glory of God in all things, the gospel, theology and about GTD I found “What’s Best Next” both theologically solid and intensely practical. That is not easy to do.
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Here are two questions from Matt Perman to help you identify your life goal.
1. What would I do if I had all the money I needed and could do whatever I wanted?
2. What would I do if I could do only one thing in the next three years?
The point of the first question is to allow you to think big, without logistical constraints, so that you can truly identify what fires you up. The point of the second question, then, is to identify which of these things is truly most important to you by forcing you to choose just one thing.