Transforming

Reflective practice is the continual process of getting better. In Romans 12:2 ESV / 22 we are reminded, “Do not be conformed to this world, but be transformed by the renewal of your mind, that by testing you may discern what is the will of God, what is good and acceptable and perfect.”

  • Who needs me today? Notice this is not, who must I deal with today? Who will frustrate me today? Rather, who NEEDS me today. I love that!
  • Would I be hired again? This could be asked relation professional life. Do you work at your work? Would you be hired to do your job again?
  • Would I want to be coached by me?  Now, this relates more directly to John’s role as the NE volleyball coach, yet modify it to relate to your life. Would you want to be married to you? Would you want to be parented by you? Would you want to befriended by you? Would you want to be preached and outreached to by you?

May these powerful questions guide you into a more reflective and active spiritual life.

It may besomething as small as the challenge Pastor Dave suggested during his July 15 sermon… consider praying with someone, rather than for someone. That small, yet significant change, will take you from passive to active.

Tammy Heflebower

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