Yes, having a “quiet” time is really a biblical misnomer (as David Powlison recently reminded us). But in a recent blog series Mark Driscoll is using “silence” to refer to silence from the typical “noise pollution” that surrounds us day in and day out.
Here’s his series:
- Four Ways to Live Your Life
- Four Ways to Change Your Life
- Understanding Silence and Solitude
- Silence and Solitude Stealers
- Silence and Solitude Journaling Template
If you only read one post, I’d recommend the last one, where Driscoll gives a helpful list of things to journal and pray through.
It looks like he has found Wayne Cordeiro’s book, Leading on Empty, helpful in thinking about such things.