As we approach the end of an ‘unprecedented’ year (can that word be something that is left in 2020?), it’s a good time to pause, reflect and process. With challenge comes growth, so grab a notebook and consider some of the answers to the following questions. In preparation to make some new year's resolutions, give yourself space to enter into 2021 with processed thoughts and joy for what is to come.
1. What things would you like to pick up in 2020?
For example, these may be habits, thought processes, or healthy rhythms you’d like to begin or continue.
2. What things have you picked up in 2020 that you would like to leave in 2020?
For example, these may be habits that you’d like to break or thoughts you’d like to leave behind.
3. How do you take responsibility for your relationship with God?
Perhaps through reading your Bible, praying, or spending time with Christian community.
4. What part are you playing in building Christ-centred community?
5. When was the last time you said ‘no’ to something?
For the rest of the questions, check out the Discipleship Deck.