Have you ever made plans only to have something go awry? You’re on your way to an important function and for no reason the car breaks down. You’re prepare to present at an event, sing, teach, preach — and your voice goes hoarse? You’re sucking on throat lozenges and praying for a miracle? Or, did you plan on relaxing at home to enjoy an evening with the family only to get a call that throws all your fine plans out the window.
We’ve all experienced it — life, disrupted. On a global scale, our lives have been collectively disrupted by COVID-19 and its aftermath. Jobs, finances, relationships — it’s all disrupted.Most of us seek the opposite of disruption, but what if we embraced it instead, seeing it as a sign that God is doing something new and big in our lives? We’re obviously living in a time of enormous disruption right now, in big ways and small. Many of us are trying to hold it off as much as possible, but do you wonder whether there are ways God wants to use it to give us a new perspective and to clear out some space to do a new thing?
Join me as I chat with returning guest co-host and contributor, Dr. Joseph Bentz as we give hope and encouragement, and a new perspective when life is disrupted on June 13th at 2:00 PM Eastern time. You can call in at 646-668-8485 and press 1 to be live on air. Download Stitcher on your mobile device. Follow us on iTunes and iHeartreadio. Add PJC Media to your Spotify library, or click on the link here: http://tobtr.com/11732358.