The Point: Carpe Diem

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Time is our most limited resource, but time is also the thing most of us, including Christians, struggle to use wisely. It’s especially a struggle if you lack purpose, like nearly 90 percent of young Brits say they do.

In his brand-new book, “Carpe Diem Redeemed,” Os Guinness reminds us that Christians are called to a Biblical use of time, and that time centered on loving God and loving people gives every moment of life meaning and purpose.

If you’re thinking “well, that’s easier said than done,” of course it is. Re-visioning how we use our time, especially with all the virtual and real distractions around us, is hard to do.

That’s why a Christian worldview is essential. In fact, it’s the only way to properly rethink time…  Get a copy of Os’ terrific book “Carpe Diem Redeemed: Seizing the Day, Discerning the Times,” with your next donation to the Colson Center.

And Os Guinness will join us for a free webinar on September 18th. You can register here.

 

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