Good morning everyone!

I hope you are all taking this Monday morning to get started on your week in a positive manner. Get started on your routines early in the week!

Routines are great to keep us accountable was well as productive, but that doesn’t mean that same routine isn’t putting us or keeping us in a rut. Simply stated, some routines aren’t helping us grow. So here are a few things to make sure your routine has, so you won’t get in a rut!

1. Does your routine challenge you? This one is key for me, I’ve learned over the years that if i’m not continually challenged, I get content with what I’m doing and fall into a rut. Find things daily that challenge your thinking, challenge you physically, and challenge you to grow.

2. Does your routine involve giving? If you aren’t doing things daily that involve you “giving.” you will fall into a rut. Giving forces you, individually, to grow. There are endless ways to give, and it isn’t always money. One of the BEST ways to give, is to give your time.

3. Does your routine involve dreaming? Yes, do you actually take time each and everyday day thinking about you dreams? If you don’t, WHY? If they are your dreams, they are obviously important to you. Take time everyday to dream! Plan backwards from there on how you can work on tasks daily to achieve them!

Often times we feel safe within our routines, feeling safe doesn’t mean we are happy. Safe routines lead to endless ruts that suck the life out of us. This week, think about the 3 points above!

Best,

Jordan Miller

Danielle 6:10
And Daniel prayed three times a day, and not even the threat of death made him change his routine.

 

Amy and I will be out fishing at this even as well as speaking! We would love for you to join us for a fun couple of days!! Information is below

FCSFishing

Family Fly Fishing Weekend
Camp Judson
Keystone, SD
May 20-22,2016

Come join us for this great retreat.

Lodging, food, fly-fishing gear, provided. Instruction provided
Bring your own toiletries, bedding, and towels.

Family atmosphere, and Emphasis

Presented by: Fellowship of Christian Sportsman Plus
We request that all consider donating $80 per adult, $65 for kids 10-17, and $40 for kids 4-9. Younger children may attend without additional expense. This suggested donation covers the cost of the event only. If you donate more, you may include that amount over as a charitable deduction.

Register at:  http://fcsplus.org/event-%20registration/