07 June 2012

Goody bye

It is with much deliberation and prayer that I come before you my friends and have to say goodbye.

It's not forever, but it is for now.

With a new job, new projects and then the rest of my life - I continue to find myself neglecting this blog, and that is unfair to anyone who has looked forward to this next year.
I know that there are many who write blogs and books, while balancing jobs and families, but this is one thing I cannot do.

I decided today that I have not been giving my family the attention they deserve.
I also have a lot of big projects going on at the church over the next few months and so I think it's time to remove some of my responsibilities so that I can give quality to the rest!

Don't worry, I'm not done writing...that it one of the projects I have started that is detracting from this blog.

Will it come back - maybe.
Will I miss it - absolutely.

Thanks for one successful year!
Lauren
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A year of wisdom.

I’ve decided that I could use a little more wisdom, so for a whole year I’m going to focus out of the 3 books of Wisdom. Psalms, Proverbs, Ecclesiastes. I also know that wisdom is a process, and it can’t all be gained in one day, so I’m changing up the format.

Each week I’ll pick a passage, it’ll be longer than they have been in the past, but we’ll spend the entire week picking it apart and going a little deeper than we did before. This means we can focus on each passage more and not feel rushed to jump to something else.

On day one, we’ll talk about the idea it presents and read the text. Hopefully you read it more than once and just let it sink in.

Day two and three we’ll break it apart and see what it really says.

Day four we’ll talk about life application and what it really means for us.

On the fifth day we’ll pray about it or pray it. Obviously I hope you pray daily, but on that day our prayer will be more focused.

On day six, we’ll reflect on it, and put our own lives into perspective a little more.

On the final day of the week, we’ll celebrate it.

I’m praying for you as we take this journey.