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Author: Matt PermanMatt is director of career development at The King’s College NYC, co-founder of What’s Best Next and author of the best-selling book What’s Best Next: How the Gospel Transforms the Way You Get Things Done and How to Get Unstuck: Overcoming Barriers to Your Productivity. He is a popular speaker on leadership, productivity, and theology from a God-centered perspective. His work has been featured in Christianity Today, The Gospel Coalition, and Desiring God. He has an M.Div. from Southern Seminary.

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We are called to do good as Christians—in fact, the Bible makes it clear that we are called to do…

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Making Wise Career Choices in 2020

By: Matt Perman

4 minute read

How do you make good career choices? What do good career choices look like when you’re trying to make a…

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Five Productivity Tips for Busy Leaders

By: Matt Perman

6 minute read

Let’s face it, leaders tend to be busy. There are always more things to do, ideas to implement, and projects…

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  • Theology 101

When we think of the parable of the Good Samaritan, we tend to think of the importance of charity and…

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This is well said by Phillip Johnson, in his foreword to Nancy Pearcey’s Total Truth:  Every one of us has…

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How to Be Productive

By: Matt Perman

5 minute read

The Bible speaks very highly of planning. For example, Proverbs tells us to “commit your work to the Lord and…

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How Do You Make Good Career Choices?

By: Matt Perman

4 minute read

How do you make good career choices? What do good career choices look like when you’re trying to make a…

  • Theology 101

Some thinkers have started arguing that “follow your passion” is bad advice. The real problem is not with the advice…

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We often hear the advice “follow your passion” or “do what you love and the money will follow.” Is that…

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  • Theology 101

When we think of the parable of the Good Samaritan, we tend to think of the importance of charity and…

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