Goal 2 - Goal#2 This semester I have been pretty...

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Goal #2: This semester I have been pretty disciplined about regular prayer, Bible reading, and attending church. However, a lot of time when I feel like I’m doing “pretty good” in my faith, I want to stay comfortably in that routine. But I need to be growing in my faith, not remaining stagnant. I want to increase my time with just the Lord and be more dedicated in living out my faith. Starting plan: 1. Continue reading my Bible every night, studying a book at a time 2. Journal about what I learn each night 3. Write down five things from that day that I am thankful for 4. Begin reading from a devotional book each morning (start with C.S. Lewis’ The Weight of Glory , then read G. K. Chesterton’s Orthodoxy ) 5. 10 minutes of prayer every morning and evening 6. Continue regularly attending Foothill Church and begin volunteering in their Sunday morning nursery Predicted Obstacles: 1. Relying on Feelings: The Christian faith can and does often bring about happiness. However, many times I fall into the trap of only acting on my faith when I feel like it. And even though I haven’t missed a night reading my Bible
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  • Fall '12
  • TIMOTHYKYLE
  • Want, A Great Way to Care, Foothill Church

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