Midday Show Notes 4/19: How to declutter your cell phone & today’s Food for Thought


Do Life Better: How to declutter…your cell phone!

Did you know Americans spend nearly five hours a day on their phones? Or that half of Americans check their phones up to 25 times a day? That’s a lot of texting, talking, browsing, and Instagramming.

We basically have our whole lives on our phones – from photos to banking information – which is exactly why we’ve become so dependent on them. Not only are our phones clogged with apps, videos, and other data, but our brains are also clogged from processing all the information we’re getting from the screen all day. Keep reading for the tips…

Food for Thought: (via Christine Caine’s “First Things First” Daily Devotionals)

And so we know and rely on the love God has for us. God is love. Whoever lives in love lives in God, and God in them (1 John 4:16).

When we embrace God and His purpose for us wholeheartedly, it is easier to stay passionate about our faith, our spiritual disciplines and every other aspect of our spiritual walk.

Why? Because all of our actions and activities flow from our love relationship with God. We’ll love what God loves, possessing a love for others, the church, reading our Bibles, praying, giving and serving.

When God is first and foremost in your heart, soul and mind, everything else will fall into place.