Every home is set up in a different way, not only structurally, but also personally. You may have a twenty room mansion with two people living in it or you may be living in a safari tent with five roommates. We’re all a little bit different and we all have different needs.
Here are a few things to consider in order to evaluate your home’s organizational needs in a way that will help you become an undistracted Christian.
1. What are your spiritual needs?
Before looking at your home’s organizational needs, you must consider what your spiritual needs are at home.
- Do you have a place at home where you will want to read your Bible?
- Do you have a place at home where you will want to pray?
- Do you have a place at home where you can study the Word of God and theology?
- Do you have a place at home where you want to fellowship with other believers?
2. How is your home set up to meet your spiritual needs?
We all have different resources for making our homes accessible for different areas of our spiritual life, but we should in the very least be able to set things up so that we can spend time with God in His Word and in prayer.
Consider where you would like to be able to meet your spiritual needs within your home and compare those desires to your current set up.
3. What can be improved?
We will be discussing this in the coming days as we take a look at how we can improve our homes to meet our spiritual needs, from making sure that our homes are set up for our time with God, to preparing them for inviting people into our homes.
Every home can use improvement and you probably already know what can use improvement, but sometimes knowing how and where to start can get in the way. My goal is to help you see the need and address it.