Doesn't it seem like everyone is busy, all the time?
We pack our days with our long lists of to do's, whether it's waking up at 4am to feed baby, eating at your desk at 1pm to get through a few more emails, or staying up until midnight to finish the latest binge-worthy Netflix show. For some, life is an exhilarating chase of everything our city and this world has to offer. For others, life can be a monotonous daily cycle, as unending (and depressing) as our Instagram feed. Either way, the FOMO can be very real, and anxiety-inducing.
With life's dramas of late work nights and late bill payments, business plans and diet plans, Facebook likes and face-to-face fights -- it begs the question, "What's the point?"
In this new series, Al Stewart will help us to unpack our everyday struggles and how we find meaning amidst the chaos.
Al Stewart is one of City Bible Forum's National Communicators. He has been teaching the Bible for over 30 years. Al was also involved in commencing the Geneva Push and was the chairman of the Katoomba Christian Convention from 2005-2014. He served as a bishop and as a director with the Sydney Diocese of the Anglican Church before taking up the role of Chief Operating Officer for City Bible Forum. He is married to Kathy and they have 4 grown children.