You will enjoy the following article I am sure.Â I hope that the extra hour of sleep will get you there tomorrow on time and even for Sunday School and Adult Bible Fellowship.Â You know that tomorrow we will have our Fall Festival and so please pray that God will use all of us to bring many visitors.Â At the end of the post you will find the link to take you to the rest of the article and you definitely want to read it.
Itâ€™s that time of year again, when pumpkins sprout on doorsteps, the winter coats come out of the closet, and most Americans get an extra hour’s sleep by resetting their clocks. (Remember? Spring forward, fall back.)The change officially takes place at 2 a.m. Sunday, Oct. 29, but most Americans tend to turn their clocks back an hour before going to bed Saturday night. (Others may forget and arrive an hour early at church or brunch.) The time switch marks the end to daylight-saving time, which started in April.The idea behind daylight-saving time â€” or summer time, as it’s known in other parts of the world â€” is to use the extended daylight hours during the warmest part of the year to best advantage. Timekeepers shift some of that extra sun time from the early morning (when timekeepers need their shut-eye) to the evening (when they play softball). The shift reduces the need for lighting during the evening, and some studies have shown that results in energy savings as well.