Season: 9 Episode: 149
How many times do you hit snooze on your alarm clark in the morning? It’s usually our to-do list that keeps us up at night, but the exhaustion and loss of ambition that keeps us from getting up in the morning. How do we strike a balance between getting things done and knowing when to rest? Reagan Rose, author and founder of Redeeming Productivity, is on the show to discuss the biblical view of productivity. He guides us into the do’s and don’ts of work, people pleasing, and why our ambition to get more done should be for the glory of God.
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Connect With Reagan
Reagan Rose is the author of Redeeming Productivity: How to Get More Done for the Glory of God. He’s also the founder of the ministry, Redeeming Productivity, which helps Christians develop a biblically-grounded understanding of personal productivity so they can get more done for the glory of God. He received his M.Div from The Master’s Seminary and formerly served as Director of Digital Platforms for Grace to You, the media ministry of John MacArthur. Reagan and his wife, Kim, have two children and live in Detroit, Michigan.
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