Love Fast Live Slow™ was created to inspire a cultural shift.

What do we do?

Simple, we think of ways to help you love faster and live slower. We believe if everyone adopted this mindset we’d all walk closer to the Lord, serve more people selflessly and experience peace that surpassing all understanding.

Here are some LFLS ideas so far:

This is just the beginning. Thank you joining the movement.

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It's not a stretch to say we live in an individualistic society.  Even from childhood, we are surrounded by  messages about getting what we want, when we want, how we want.  As we grow up, we see examples of people looking out for their own interests first (even it if means lying, cheating and stealing). To love fast is to serve others as a reflex. Let it be so engrained in your hearts that you do not hesitate when you have the chance to help someone. It's a choice. It's a behavior. It's a mindset.

Do nothing from selfish ambition or conceit, but in humility count others more significant than yourselves.
— Philippians 2:3

We all have seasons of busy. Being productive and honoring your work with excellence does not violate the law of living slow. On the other hand, to slow down the pace of your life does not mean kick up your feet and let go of your responsibilities. Living slow means you are maintaining margin in your life so you can rest and recharge. God has given each of us a specific purpose to truly be all we were created to be, we must stop and reflect. Listen to that still small voice. Take a deep breath. Appreciate creation. Let us not glorify busy. Rather, let's lead by example with living simply and living intentionally.

And whatever you do, in word or deed, do everything in the name of the Lord Jesus, giving thanks to God the Father through him.
— Colossians 3:17