Procrastination: First Steps to Change



Mini Book
About: Procastination.

"I've been procrastinating most of my life. If a task is even remotely unpleasant, my tendency is to put it off. It's not that I'm lazy; I'm actually very busy. I just wait as long as possible to do the really hard stuff."

This is how author Walter Henegar describes his life. Does it sound like your experience? If so, this booklet will help you see procrastination from God's point of view, and show you how to change.

Henegar recognizes that even though procrastination is acceptable in our culture, it is a deeply rooted sinful pattern in our lives. Only by God's goodness and grace can our hearts be changed.

Do you procrastinate? Do you doubt that you can change? Ask God to change you, and trust that he is able to do it.

About the Author

Walter Henegar is the senior pastor of Atlanta Westside, which he planted with a core group of friends in 2007. Prior to that, he was an Associate Pastor at Westside’s mother church, Christ Church Presbyterian.

Walter grew up in Chattanooga, TN, went to college in Chicago, and received his seminary training in Philadelphia. Before seminary, he worked in Nashville as a carpenter, a public relations executive, and a business writer. Walter and his wife, Anne, met as infants and have been married since 1995. They have two daughters, Abigail and Emily. He loves watching movies, discovering new music and playinga bit of mandolin as well.