“Quiet Time” Has Got To Go

I have a confession to make. I don’t have a quiet time. That’s right, the standard for evangelical spiritual growth is not in my vocabulary. Not because I dislike the idea of having a time of the day set aside for being quiet but because the term “quiet time” has turned into something powerless and... Continue Reading →

One of My Favorite Quotes

"We do not learn from experience, we learn from reflecting on experience." - Trevor Hudson, A Mile In My Shoes We can have access to all of the greatest new ideas and resources in Christian living but if we are unwilling to think back over what God has already done in our lives then we... Continue Reading →

Welcome To Christian Life Hacker

Three things you can do now: 1. Read my About story to find out why I am doing this. 2. Sign up for a special newsletter on the ideas and issues addressed on this blog by emailing me at scott.jeffriesATgmail.com. Type newsletter in the subject line. 3. List in the comments to this post the... Continue Reading →

Why is it called Christian Life Hacker?

Hacking has traditionally been a computer geek term for working around long, time-consuming problems. Increasingly, the term life hacking is being used to describe ways individuals make improvements in their life. Whether it be at work, school, the gym, or at home, life hacking is a cultural phenomenon. While there are many secular life hacking... Continue Reading →

What I Had To Learn

Here is an excerpt from the About page. I encourage you to read the entire thing so that you can understand where I am coming from and what we can hope to accomplish together: Coming down from the spiritual mountain top was necessary and the only way to truly grow into this new life that... Continue Reading →

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