four prays to way

Here we are, the start of a new week. For most people, the start of a regular schedule, a systematic timeline of events that you have purposefully planned to happen.

For many, this begins the hustle and bustle and is the very thing that keeps them from finding time for God. Not only do I mean the easy open your Bible and read a chapter, but the personal intentional prayer time we should find ourselves in daily, or even without ceasing as the Bible mentions.

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But it’s hard right? It’s really hard to find that time to seek God or to even think of Him when you have an anatomy test tomorrow and your best friend is about to break up with her boyfriend and (insert guy name) hasn’t asked you to Prom yet and you’re getting super nervous about it…

So that’s where I come in. I’m going to list 5 easy ways to find time to pray during your day!! Here we go. Read More

why the hurry up doesn’t work

Wake up. Check time.Check FB. Take shower. Change clothes. Have class. Post Insta. Eat food. See friends. Leave school. Have practice. More practice. Eat food. Watch TV. Check Twitter. Call friends. Get tired. Lay down. Check Twitter. Set alarm. Done.

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That’s about the most abbreviated of a day that I could do, but it sounded exhausting right? Read More

only got 4 minutes to save the world

As we continue through this week, in our weekly quest of #4mins4Him, we are looking towards the practical ways of spending intentional and quality time with God.

Now for different people, this can absolutely mean different things so before I start a list that says “if you do all of these things, you will be closer to Christ,” let me just say that is wrong to assume that. Read More

his voice

There are many things I might say to Dan when I call him during the day. I might open the phone conversation with, “You’ll never believe what just happened to me,” or, “I have a fabulous story for you…” or “This will make you fall out of your chair from laughter!” But there is one saying by which I never enter our conversation. Read More