Monthly Archives: December 2013

Ideas, Ideas, Ideas

Do you have times or moments in your life where you have all kinds of ideas floating around in your head?

Ideas for the house? Ideas for work? Ideas for blogposts? Ideas for fun things to do with the kids? Ideas for what to read? What to buy? The ideas are endless.

But how do you keep track of them all?

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Ahh Yes, the Winter Reading List

Everyone has Christmas Traditions. Mine is a winter reading list. I try and use the winter break to crush out some books. Maybe my rec’s will help spur you on.

Leaders are Readers.

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Book Review: Crazy Busy

Crazy Busy by Kevin DeYoung is a book I’ve long had on my to read list but I’ve never been able to get around to it. Ironic, huh?

Kevin admits that being crazy busy is not something that he’s immune to, and something that he deals with just as much, or more, than the rest of us living specifically in America. Busyness is something I’ve often thought of, but never been able to have the clarity brought to the subject that Kevin brought. I’m glad I read this book.

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Book Review: Bruchko

I had the distinct privilege of reading Bruchko by Bruce Olson and all I can say is

Wow.

As far as I’m concerned, this is a must read. An absolute must read.
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