Time Really does Fly
Time really does fly by!
It is difficult to believe we have reached the half way point for this year, let alone the summer. Last month seems like it was still February and last week felt like Memorial Day Weekend. I have never really believed time flies. After this summer, I might have to reconsider.
I have spent a good amount of time lately considering time - what we do with it, how we make the most of it, and why we are so good at squandering it. This could just be my age, being a few weeks away from ANOTHER birthday. I am sure I am not the first to get philosophical regarding the unending drumbeat of time. Nonetheless, consider a few of these questions as we prepare to talking about what we pass on this week in worship:
1. Your life is simply what you do everyday. Do you like your routine? It is your life.
2. What did you think would be different right now? Do you have the courage to reflect on how your life became what it is? Healthy or unhealthy?
3. "Show me who you spent time with, and I will show you who you are becoming." -Craig Groeschel. If someone spent forty hours a week with you for five years what would they become? We grow in the image of those we love and those with whom we spent time. What are you passing along?
This Sunday we will talk about an action plan for making the most of our time through passing our life on to others in an intentional way. For all of us who have wondered "where did all the time go?" or "How can I make a difference?" This message is for you.
We look forward to seeing you Sunday at 9:30 or 11:00 AM. Why not let this be the week you invite a friend or coworker to worship? You may never know the difference it makes in their life!