Hi JesusHacks Community!
My name is Judah Cofer, the new face behind JesusHacks. Like you, I’ve loved the mission and message of JesusHacks over the years and am excited to see it relaunch and continue to make an impact!
Thank you Neal, and guests, who have spread the message of living like Jesus by focusing on developing our character and the eternal success of our souls rather than just the temporary success of our careers and public persona.
A little bit about me. I’m an MK (Missionary Kid) who grew up in Outer Mongolia and who’s parents still live and minister there. I’m a husband to my lovely wife Heather, who’s also a writer; and a father of our three beautiful kids.
I lead an awesome Customer Success Team for a Farm Management software company called Agworld, and I am participating in bi-vocational ministry as part of a pastoral staff working to serve and impact our community.
Undergirding all I do is my relationship with God as a follower of Jesus Christ. I find my ultimate vision, purpose, identity, mission and destiny in Jesus.
Enough about me! JesusHacks isn’t a one man show, thank God! 🙂
Like in the past you’ll see articles from other contributing authors as well, including the original JesusHacks founder, Neal Samudre, my lovely wife, Heather, and many more!
As you know JesusHacks—a twist on the popular term “lifehack”—is a step away from today’s self-centric personal development culture to a Jesus-centric, biblical approach to how people change, live effectively, and impact the world around them.
To learn more about what we’re about here at JesusHacks, check out our recently updated about page!
We’re now entering the home stretch of the year, we only have a couple weeks left and most of that time will be spent on the holidays! I don’t know about you but my wife and I love Christmas, it’s by far our favorite holiday.
But I also really love New Years. I love new beginnings or new starts of any kind but I especially love the New Year.
It’s the time of year I start thinking about and planning for the next year, though I haven’t always done this, over the past few years I’ve started to build a yearly routine of reflection and planning in order to maximize my time and energy in the coming days, weeks, months and year.
As my first act of service to the JesusHacks community, I’m releasing an overview of my yearly reflecting and planning process in the form of an email course.
Whether you’ve never had a reflection or planning process or are simply refining a process you already have in place I hope you will find the course to be an enjoyment and encouragement as you take on the exciting new beginning of January 1, 2017!
Thanks for being a part of the JesusHacks community, and I’m so excited to come alongside you in living intentionally for God’s glory and the good of others!
To new beginnings!
– Judah Cofer
P.S. I just released a new email course on intentional living in 2017. Click here to get the first lesson instantly.