The Bible does not speak directly to social distancing as we are experiencing it today, and while theologians, pastors, churches, and believers around the world are trying to determine what it means to practice social distancing through a Biblical lens, we do not think there is a definitive “right” or “wrong” way of doing it. That being said, as believers we are called to live differently, to live for the glory of God, and to visibly display the truth that this world is not our home. This applies to all aspects of our lives – our careers, relationships, priorities, and even the way we social distance. Find out 5 ways we can practice biblical social distancing in this article.
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At the end of every year, I spend some time looking forward; dreaming, vision casting, and planning for the year to come, and I was excited to introduce this process to Karla. But as newlyweds, we did things a little differently this time. Karla and I took a long weekend to get away, and vision casted the next decade. We wrote what our “Ten-Year Plan for a Remarkable Life” would look like, and then worked our way backwards. We set five, three, and one year goals, and created measurable benchmarks to check in on how we are tracking. It was exciting – we dreamed big and made plans that lead to wonderful places and outcomes, but what’s more exciting is that I feel like I’m holding on to my hopes and dreams with open hands for the first time.
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