Life is wild out here and there will always be something screaming for our attention. But we can definitely try to not allow the busyness of life get in the way of our relationship with Jesus.

We need to spend time with God to get to know God more. Perhaps the time you spend doing other things needs to be adjusted a bit so that you’re able to set aside some time for God. We are not perfect (including me!) but work at it and commit to it.

James 4:8a (
John 15:5 (
1 Thessalonians 5:16-18 (

Where and how can you make time for God today?



The Tomorrow War

I’m not usually a fan of scifi movies – but if you’re into alien type things, The Tomorrow War’s storyline is not that bad. It also falls into the time travel category, and although some scenes are a bit farfetched, it made me think.

What if someone from the future came and told us exactly what would happen in the next 30 years?

Well – guess what? We know the author and creator of time. We don’t always need to know what’s going to happen, BUT we can trust God, the One who literally holds our future in His hands.

Mark 13:32 (


“In Time”

We’re taking it back to 2011 with this movie. How would you live your life if you stopped aging at 25 years old (the dream – forever young), you needed to buy time to live, and time was literally money?

This movie highlights the truth about time – that it’s the REAL commodity we should be paying attention to. Once your time runs out, that’s it.

So, how are you spending your time these days?
Are you spending time growing in your relationship with God?
Are you being kind to others?
Are you working towards being salt and light in the world around you?

Matthew 5:13-16 (
Ecclesiastes 3:1-8 (


For such a time as this #covid19

“For such a time as this” Esther 4:14.

You were born for such a time as this. God knew, before He formed you, that you would be living through a global pandemic. Let that sink in. God. Knew. He is not surprised at where you find yourself.

What can you do with this opportunity? Rest is important, and we encourage rest. But how can you be working with what God has given you, in such a time as this? Are there projects you can start/finish? Who can you reach out to? What will this time mean to you in 1, 5, even 10 years?

Ask God to show you.