I know it’s been a while since I’ve written and I’m sorry for that.
I recently started a new job and I’m taking classes after work for that job.
I’ve been so busy I’ve not really had a chance to find my rhythm.
It’s tough but it’s what needs to be done to provide for my wife and future family.
Part of me wonders if I shouldn’t have just gotten a business degree instead of going to school for theology. Let’s be honest, theology isn’t something you go into when you need to make money.
This is, however, the perfect opportunity to show that you can still grow spiritually even when you have very little free time.
Living in California I know how hectic life can be. Especially having grown up in the Bay Area.
Since a lot of my other plans have to be put on hold I will be busy taking notes and making a way to systematize spiritual growth for the busy person.
This will be something that will work for a person with 2 jobs, single parents, those working full-time and going to school… basically, anyone who’s trying to make it in modern society and not a monastery.
I’ll share my journey with you and the lessons I’ve learned as I’m developing the most efficient spiritual growth plan possible.
The goal is not just to hold your ground; the goal it to take it! Even while you are living a busy life.
It can be done in a way that doesn’t seem like a chore or something you will dread because you are simply too exhausted to add anything onto you plate.
It won’t take much time but it will put you on a course to change your life and the lives of your children because of the intimacy and kingdom culture you create in your busy schedule.
I know this works because I’ve been able to do it.
Now, we have to make a system that will work for you.