This is another very very very important thing you should do to have a productive vacation:
3. Invest in your personality
If you don’t have any book to read this vacation, please get to the nearest bookstore and buy some books to read. I’m not talking about novels or storybooks. As much as there are many lessons to learn as well as vocabulary building to do as you read novels, it is vital to read books that enrich your personality. Get faith-building, mind-empowering books to read. For instance, this vacation I am reading ‘The Final Quest’ by Rick Joyner, and four other books. I recommend authors such as Kenneth Hagin, Benny Hinn, Bishop Matthew Addae-Mensah, Rev. Chris Oyakhilome, Bishop Dag Heward Mills, Albert Ocran and John C. Maxwell, just to name a few.
Choose at least one conference to attend. For example, the 2nd Leadership Equipment Conference took place in December immediately after the semester, and it was awesome! The insights shared were such a blessing! We were blessed and empowered to do the work of ministry on Campus with greater efficiency.
I advise you to be mindful of which conference you choose to attend. Carefully scrutinize the theme, speakers and be expectant as you go.
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