Living more intentionally is hard work So if you aren’t ready to make some sacrifices of time, energy, and possibly money, you should not consider it. There is no magic pill that will just make you more intentional in all you do. Praying during our planning times helps us make decisions about ways we want to be more intentional. Asking the Lord about what He wants us
Where Do You Want To Be In 5 Years? Most of us never stop to think about what we will be doing in 5 years? I know I didn’t for a long time. This series on intentional living started in October. Then we ran into the holidays and some health issues. I’m sending out a recap of the first four articles before publishing something new. I hope you’ll read them and get
Surprise! It really did feel like Christmas the morning I discovered something I’ve missed for years. It was a Scripture verse that I knew well. I had even memorized it. I’m sure many of you have too. Philippians 4:6 Do not be anxious about anything, but in every situation, by prayer and petition, with thanksgiving, present your requests to God. The Lord is
Katie Horner thinks it can! In her book In Spite Of Myself: How Intentional Praise Can Transform Your Heart and Home she sets out to prove that in very practical ways. I was invited to participate in the launch team and given a complimentary copy. When it came I scanned it quickly, reading bits here and there and thought was nothing much new.
Is knowing where you are going important? Let me ask you this. You want to raise your children to be Godly men and women. You don’t go to church except perhaps Christmas and Easter. Never talk about God and the Bible at home. How likely do you think it is that they will grow up to be Godly men and women? I know that is
Part 3 – Find Part 1 here Find Part 2 here Your Intentions and Purpose Can Be Big Or Small One thing that seems to scare people away from embracing the whole idea of living with purpose and being more intentional in what they do is that they think it is too big of a task to tackle. The Lord is faithful. If He asks
Part 2 If you missed Part 1 It’s important to take a closer look at what it means to be more intentional and live a more purposeful and meaningful life. When you know what you’re aiming for, it becomes easier to reach your goal. Realizing what being intentional really means and what impact it can have on your life and that of your loved ones