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There is the adage that “change is the only constant” and most of us would agree that the past few years have been exceptionally turbulent.

I know that I for one have done things in my life that I certainly regret. I think all of us have. As a pastor, I’ve heard many people’s stories about how personal sin ruined their relationships and livelihoods. It’s heartbreaking to witness the collateral damage of sin.

Most of us know exactly where that line comes from. Beginning with the original TV series in 1966 to the current $4B movie franchise starring Tom Cruise, Mission: Impossible has become almost ubiquitous in our pop culture.

Sometimes the hardest people group to pray for is family, because there may be a lot of history, years of unresolved issues, or perhaps despite your best efforts, it’s unclear how they will ever make the decision to surrender their lives to Jesus Christ as their Lord and Saviour.

Growing up, I was not enamoured with the thought of my own wedding day. For some odd reasons, I wasn’t consumed looking at wedding magazines nor dreamt about the venue or gown I should have at my future wedding.

We often talk about developing a daily habit of prayer and reading God’s Word. But what about worship? How do we practically incorporate worship into our busy schedules and develop a habit of worship?

In our day-to-day lives, there are so many things we end up waiting for. We wait for the bus, in traffic, and in the grocery store line. We’ve all sat waiting at the doctor’s office, even the coffee shop.