Time of Your Life Audio Download
What Am I Doing With My Time?
What time is it?
Where did all the time go?
Does time really fly when you’re having fun?
Maybe we think about time so much because there never seems to be enough of it. Maybe there’s only one question we need to ask.
What am I doing with my time?
Simple question? Easy answer? It’s time you found out. In this 5-part series, Andy Stanley will help you discover that answer. Don’t waste another second. DOWNLOAD ONLY
Part 1 - Your Days are Numbered (Andy Stanley)
Time is our most valuable asset. We wear watches, we glance at the clock so we don't lose track of time. Yet there's something more important than knowing what time it is . . . it's knowing what to do with our time. Psalm 90:12
Part 2 - At Capacity (Andy Stanley)
There never seems to be enough time to get it all done. How can we possibly accomplish all that we need to do with such limited time? At the end of the day, week, or month there always seems to be important things left undone. In this message, Andy takes a principle from Scripture and proposes a different approach to getting the most out of your time. Matthew 6:33
Part 3 - Compounding Minutes (Andy Stanley)
With what limited time we have, how can we know that we are investing it wisely? Do we have a plan for investing our time in those things that matter most? In this week's message, Andy Stanley challenges us with the thought that the compounding effect of focused time is what will make the biggest difference in the success of our lives. Ephesians 5:15-17
Part 4 - When Less is More (Andy Stanley)
Fully exploited strengths will allow you to create far more value for your organization than marginally improved weaknesses. Exodus 18:23
Part 5 - Under the Sun (Andy Stanley)
Solomon, the wisest man in history, had a lot to say on the subject of time. In fact, he wrote an entire book on the subject. What Solomon has to share might surprise you. In the fifth and final week of Time of Your Life, Andy walks us through Solomon's profound, life-changing words. Ecclesiastes 12:13