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Reset by David Murray

Christian men frequently speak of the problem of burnout, coming to a point in their lives when they feel like they cannot keep up with all that they have in their schedules, even when their schedules are filled with good things. This frequently leads to joylessness, depression, and other issues. Thankfully, as Dr. David Murray explains in this book, there is a grace-based way to address the root causes of burnout and to develop a pattern of life and service that is sustainable over the long haul. Though addressed specifically to men, this book can help all readers develop practical ways to avoid burnout in their lives.

Your Days Are Numbered by John Perritt

This book addresses the gift of time and explores the sinfulness of wasting it. Looking to the Psalms, this book helps us understand the importance of seeing time as a limited resource that must be carefully stewarded for the glory of God.

Crazy Busy by Kevin DeYoung

Time can be misused both when we do nothing and when we do too much, which prevents us from being as effective as we could be. This book addresses the latter problem, helping us steer a biblical path between doing too much and doing too little.

Do More Better by Tim Challies

As Christians, we want to make the most of our time for the glory of God. This involves a concern for productivity as we seek to honor God with our efforts. This practical guide to productivity can help us accomplish more for the sake of the glory of the Lord.

Pleasing God by R.C. Sproul

When the Holy Spirit changes our heart and gives us faith in Christ, we begin to seek to please God with all that we have, including our time. This classic work considers what it means to please God in all of life.

Augustine and the Pelagian Controversy

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