I now have been at Studio 365 for two weeks!
It’s been a huge learning process. I’ve learned this week that we are doing what we are supposed to do for now in Studio 365.
There will be changes as we find our way. Doing this short morning devotional show is more of a challenge than I thought it would be. Kelly Stearns, Joshua Lindley, and I have had more than one discussion about the things we won’t do again. Yes. Already.
The thing is . . . when we don’t learn . . . we stop moving forward to what more God has for us. It’s a choice and a risk to keep going, especially in the unknown of it all. Even so, it’s always an amazing adventure with-God.
Which reminds me: We’re preparing for Holy Week–March 25-April 1–to be different than what we’ve been doing. I’m excited to see how it works. We are calling the week-long series: The Hour Had Come.
The words are from John 13–“Now before the Feast of the Passover, Jesus knowing that His hour had come that He would depart out of this world to the Father, having loved His own who were in the world, He loved them to the end.” (John 13:1, NASB).
Anyway. Now, you know where I am at on this grand adventure with-God–Kerrie
PS. Here’s some of the highlights of the week with the links where you can listen and have a copy of the daily key and life-list:
Sunday, March 11, . . . we lost an hour . . . BUT we had a great conversation regarding the gift of our strengths. The key:
At the end of the day, life is lived best when we purposefully manage our life by using our strengths.
Monday morning! On Monday’s life list:
Pray. Be bold. Ask God to give you more time—a sun-stand still prayer.
Tuesday . . . the key . . .
So many things come at us—making it easy to let the urgent drive our doing rather than allowing our strengths to direct what we do.
Wednesday . . . number 2 on the life list . . .
Own your life assignment/purpose.
Thursday . . . key . . .
Starting something new—no matter how small it may seem—impacts others—there’s a ripple effect— others gain from our start.
Friday . . . number 3 on the life list . . .
Find the “Gilgal” of your start . . . let it be a part of the healing from the hurt of what was . . . to the promise of what can be.
Saturday . . . number 4 on the life list . . .
Celebrate the gift of living the with-God life regardless of your circumstances. Celebration is healing.
Well that’s a wrap for the week. I’m grateful for the opportunity to learn more . . . and to share more at Studio 365 . . . every. single. day.
I hope you will stop by Studio 365 and share it with others. I’m so grateful for you–Kerrie