Source: Orthodox Church in America
SYOSSET, NY [OCA-CSHA] As Orthodox Christians, we are called to wisely manage our talents, our treasures, and our time. And, in these first days of the Nativity Fast, we very well may find that our good intentions for spiritual discipline in this regard may be threatened by expectations of the secular holiday season.
To save ourselves from becoming “busy beyond belief,” the Department of Christian Service and Humanitarian Aid [CSHA] of the Orthodox Church in America recommends an article for clergy and laity by Dr. Albert Rossi and Julia Wickes, titled Time Management: an Orthodox Perspective. The timely article appears in the Theology of Lay Ministry section of the Resource Handbook for Ministries. Articles on related themes also may be found in this section.