How to survive the daily grind
Every day it's the same "daily grind" - wake up, get dressed, go to work, go home, eat, and sleep. We have a haunting feeling that the next 20-40 years will be the same. What's the point? What do we gain? But what if our "daily grind" is actually a good thing? Sam Chan shows us how to survive, enjoy, and thrive on our "daily grind".
For over 35 years I walked the same 2 km path to the train station. Repetition certainly but inspiring also as each morning was different - the Sun/ clouds /wind etc all gave a different pattern - I would find myself singing praises to God That I was alive and could experience this display. It started each work day for me - it was a blessing.
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Dr. Sam Chan is on of City Bible Forum's national communicators. He is a cultural analyst, theologian, public speaker, author, medical doctor, and karaoke buddy. Sam was born in Hong Kong, grew up and lives in Australia, studied medicine at the University of Sydney, and did his PhD in Theology at Trinity Evangelical Divinity School (TEDS), Chicago, USA. He is author of two books; Evangelism in a Skeptical World and Preaching as the Word of God.