Two Books for Getting Things Done

As the school year creeps on me, I’ve been reviewing some books for getting things done. My favorite simple source is Tim Challies, “Do More Better“.  The second is a new one for me called “The Organized Pastor“. Not an all-inclusive-stay on the organizational principles beach, but it was hugely helpful in pointing me to a half-dozen amazing contemporary apps and pithy articles I’d never heard about, specific to a pastor’s life.

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Nicholas McDonald is a blogger, pastor, and author of the book "Faker: How to Be Real When You're Tempted to Fake it." He studied creative writing and communication at Oxford University and Olivet Nazerene University, and received his M.Div from Gordon Conwell Theological Seminary. He currently resides in Lexington, NC, with his wife and two boys, Caleb and Owen.

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