GIVEAWAY ALERT: You can win the book Faith, Doubt, and God’s Mysterious Timing by this week’s podcast guest. Keep reading to find out how!
Sometimes God‘s timing just does not make sense to us. When hard situations last way too long and our deepest prayers seem to go unanswered, we often wonder, “What is God doing?”
But thankfully, the Bible is full of people who have experienced the same thing. They had to learn to trust God‘s ways and His timing, and their stories can help us trust God too.
GIVEAWAY ALERT: You can win the book In Good Time by this week’s podcast guest. Keep reading to find out how!
Whether we’re trying to find time, save time, manage time, or make the most of our time, one word often shows up when we’re talking about time: anxiety. But, if we want to experience freedom from time anxiety, we have to reimagine our relationship with time itself.
Today’s guest, author Jen Pollock Michel, explains that time is not something to manage, save, spend, or waste. She shares how it’s possible to have a grounded, healthy relationship with the clock to help you move from the treadmill of productivity to the call of fruitfulness.
Exhausted. Burned out. Stressed. Overwhelmed. Many of us try to fit our lengthy to-do lists into our already-packed schedules but simply run out of time. It seems the only solution is to add more hours to the day—if only that were possible.
But what if we didn’t need more time? What if we chose to spend our time differently?
GIVEAWAY ALERT: You can win the book Take Back Your Time by this week’s podcast guest. Keep reading to find out how!
Do you ever feel like you just don’t have enough time, and you can’t figure out how to get everything done? According to today’s guest, it doesn’t have to be this way! Author and business coach, Christy Wright, says that finding true life balance is possible.
In this episode of the 4:13 Podcast, Christy reveals the main reasons we feel out of balance and how to combat this struggle. She also lays out the path to balance that anyone can walk in order to ditch distractions and focus on what really matters.