What are you pursuing? Is it your goal to be successful or significant? Is there a difference? Former professional soccer player and now lead Pastor Aaron Tredway gives us a pep talk for a new year on practical ways to a life of significance and purpose that truly satisfies, pursuing God’s glory instead of unrewarding self-importance.
Are you a student of time management? Have you ever questioned the assumptions of the time management industry? Jen Pollock Michel invites us into a “time-counterformation” by recovering a Christian vision of time. If you are feeling unfruitful or unsatisfied with doing more and doing it faster, join this refreshing perspective that puts forth practices that lead to fruitfulness and faithfulness to God and our neighbor.
Aaron Tredway is a pastor, author, speaker, athlete, and coach. He is the lead pastor of Fellowship City Church and vice president of Ambassadors Football International. He was the founder and executive director of the Cleveland City Stars, a professional soccer team, and is the auth of Don't Miss Your Life, To Who, and Outrageous. His passions for Jesus, soccer, and people have taken him to over 150 countries. Aaron and his wife, Ginny, and their son, Noah, live in Cleveland, Ohio.
Jen Pollock Michel is the author of Teach us to Want(winner of Christianity Today's 2105 Book of the Year.), Keeping Place, Surprised by Paradox(winner of Christianity Today's 2020 Award of Merit for Beautiful Orthodoxy), and A Habit Called Faith. She holds a BA in French from Wheaton College and an MA in Literature from Northwestern University, and she is also a student in Seattle Pacific's MFA program. She is the mother of five and hosts the Englewood Review of Books podcast.
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