A To-Do List Done for His Glory

I'm constantly tempted by my to-do list. I'm tempted to continually add to one, and to write tasks that I've accomplished on the list, just so I can see what I've gotten done. But what I regularly forget is that the to-do list is my tool, not my master. It's there to help my brain de-clutter, to help me stay focused on what needs to be started or finished, or where I need to make progress. I often treat my to-do list like it owns me, forgetting that I'm bigger than the list, and I can actually make it do what I want it to do. One of the ways I've been fighting … [Read more...]