HB 7: Why Is God So Distant?

HB 7: Why Is God So Distant?

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Hydrate Break > Episode 7: Why Is God So Distant? Sometimes it feels like God is a billion miles away, but He is always with us. Why then does it feel like He is so far away at times? Pastor Ryan explains a couple of reasons why this may be the case in our lives. Key Take Aways God is not distant; God is always with us! God is not distant, but He may be quiet while we are being tested. God is not distant, but we may have distanced ourselves from Him. [bctt tweet="'God is not distant, but He may be quiet while we are being tested.' #hydratebreak #faith http://hydratebreak.com/episode7" username="hydratechurch"] Bible Passages Job Chapter 1 "At this, Job got up and tore his robe and shaved his head.…
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HB 6: The Myth of Multitasking Part 2

HB 6: The Myth of Multitasking Part 2

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Hydrate Break > Episode 6: The Myth of Multitasking Part 2 The story of Martha and Mary illustrates how quickly we can become distracted by good things and miss the most important thing. Not only is it stressful to try and do too much at once, it also robs us of the joy that we should have doing those things. Martha did not envision her stressful outcome when she invited Jesus and his disciples to her home for dinner. How many times do we do that to ourselves? Key Take Aways Multitasking is really a form of distraction. Focus one thing at a time and make sure it's the most important thing for that time. Bible Passages to Remember "As Jesus and his disciples were on their way, he came…
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HB 5: The Myth of Multitasking Part 1

HB 5: The Myth of Multitasking Part 1

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Hydrate Break > Episode 5: The Myth of Multitasking Part 1 Our brains are not designed to handle more than one major task at a time. However, the pressure to do more in our distracted culture has led many to believe that multitasking is the only way to accomplish anything. Studies disagree with this assumption. A study at Stanford University showed that people who did not default to multitasking actually were able to focus on a single task better and accomplish multiple tasks more efficiently. Take Aways "Our brains were not designed to handle more than one major task at a time." "It's easier to catch one ball than it is to catch two because it's easier to focus on one thing than two. We should apply that same logic…
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