My Advice to Students — John Byron Gives 3 Solid Pieces of Advice for Mid-Semester
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By now we're nearing the middle of the semester, so it's a good thing we've got some timely advice from John Byron, author of 1 & 2 Thessalonians. He has three things to share:
- Don't be in such a rush. Students often see school as a hinderance to fulfilling their calling. Here's what he tells them: "You only have this opportunity once in your life." So take advantage of it.
- The habits you form now will follow you later. Some of these habits include: rushing; frustrating professors; skimping on writing papers. "These habits will most likely follow you in the pulpit, and you may find you're frustrating the very people you're trying to minister to."
- Take control of your education. While your institution has required courses, Byron says "Don't just simply ride through your time at seminary or Bible college and think you've got everything you need."
Watch our video and share it with your friends—because Byron's advice is definitely worth it!
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