My sermon sketchnotes from August 2nd, 2020. Enjoy!
In this episode of The Intentional Family, Rachel & I talk about our approach to managing screen time. This is something we get asked about all the time, and it was really fun to talk about all the systems we’ve established to encourage intentional technology use.
My sermon sketchnotes from July 26th, 2020. Enjoy!
David & I cover a lot of ground in this week’s episode, ranging from David’s attempt at a sabbatical to my new sleep tracking routine, to productivity in virtual reality (yes, really).
This episode of Focused is sponsored by:
My sermon sketchnotes from July 19th, 2020. Enjoy!
Last week I had the privilege of being the first webinar guest for my friend Joe Buhlig for his community, Analog Joe. It was a lot of fun, and we got to dive deep on my hybrid productivity system. Joe has graciously allowed me to post the webinar replay here in case you missed it:
If you like this kind of thing, I recommend you go check out Analog Joe. It’s a fun group with an obvious bias towards analog tools, so if that’s your thing, definitely check it out.
Here’s a short video walkthrough of my sketchnotes from today’s sermon:
In this episode of Bookworm, Joe & I look at Reclaiming Conversation by Sherry Turkle. In our digital age, it’s easy to stay connected. Emails, text messages, and social media allow us to share snippets of our lives with others- without really having to look, listen, or reveal ourselves. Today’s author argues that we have lost the art of conversation, and makes the case that now, more than ever, is the time to get it back.