“Let me share with you a realistic goal. There are too many pastors who never do any reading. That goal is too low. There are also seminaries that recommend that we must spend every morning in study. That goal is too high. We need a realistic goal, and I say to pastors that every pastor could manage one hour of reading a day. In addition we ought to manage a morning, afternoon or evening every week, that is to say, a longer period of about four hours. One hour a day and one session a week is about ten hours in the week. We ought to be able to manage one book in ten hours, and one book a week is fifty or more a year. I really think that this is a reasonable target to set for oneself.” (pp. 36-37)Stott, J.R. (2014). Problems of Christian Leadership. Intervarsity Press.