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We are always “in progress.” Your goals may do the same! As you go through different seasons, your priorities may change. How I will feel at the end of this year having made progress on this goal: Solid.
As you learn new lessons and take on new life responsibilities, your capacity to do different things may change. Here are some tips for each prompt help you:– Remember by training clients who came to me with arbitrary goals? Write out why you want to cultivate your goal, and connect it to something that really means something to you. Think of the biggest possibilities here—the most profound positive impact this goal could have.
): Knowing where you want to be at the end of 2018, what do you need to cultivate today? Every decision we make has an arrow attached to it, pointing us in one direction or another.
How I will know I accomplished or made progress on this goal: I will kiss Ari each day! Goal 4: Cultivate the Fruit of the Spirit in motherhood. How I will feel at the end of this year having made progress on this goal: We will all, Lord willing, feel rooted, joyful, at peace, and grateful. How I will feel at the end of this year having made progress on this goal: Alive!
The goals I’m about to share with you may seem simple, but these are my favorite goals I’ve ever written. I’m choosing faith over my fear and I invite you to take the leap with me. Here are my 2018 Goals for this year of LIGHT SPACE (and I can’t wait to hear yours too! You’ll see here that some of my prompts are still undone and in-progress. But, don’t get stuck because of fear of your plans or answers not being perfect. How I will feel at the end of this year having made progress on this goal: So refreshed and grateful, like we are on the right path! Make a “Heaven is Our Home” date with Ari (January 6th!
I have great hope in these goals, knowing that God can change everything on my path. Let’s take some steps forward and, little by little, the fear part will dry up. For me, some of these things I genuinely don’t know yet, and I’ll wait on God to tell me! Pray the Word of God while reading through the Chronological reading plan again. Use my prayer journal, say my prayers out loud, or record my prayers to my phone notes. To directly connect with God and to align my life, expectations, and value with the truth of the Word of God, not the ways of the world. ) to pray over our home, giving, and financial stewardship goals—and to set action steps together as a family. Talk to our financial advisor bookkeeper to get their guidance. Ruthlessly clear out the house, my office, and our cars by January 15th.
At Kenya’s coast, there are cases of married men getting involved with female tourists for money with the full knowledge of their own wives.
So brazen has the sex industry become that recruitment is done openly through newspaper classifieds and websites.
However many hours or minutes are left as you read this (even if you are reading this in bed), how can you shoot one of your decision arrows in the right direction? Maybe you are feeling the same hesitant-scared excited-I’m ALLin(I think! Maybe it makes you feel a little uneasy like you’re stepping into the unknown. How I will know I accomplished or made progress on this goal: I will make progress in reading through my Bible plan each day documenting or saying prayers out loud. How I will celebrate at the end of 2018: I am not sure yet. Goal 2: Love the things above, not the things of the world. To gain a deeper love for God and joyful contentment as we GIVE and let go. To cultivate closeness and our daily bond as a family so we can love each other well and serve God together.