You might work somewhere that has you doing ten different projects on the same day, you might stay at home with the children (who is more chaotic than a child?) or you might be a student juggling an ever rotating class schedule.
No matter the situation, there are a lot of things that can pull you away from the one most important thing in your life as a Christian, God Himself!
When I made the realization and confession that my life was disorganized and undisciplined, the first thing that I determined that I needed to do was schedule my day. I have a lot of different little things throughout my day that I need to get done, from staying up to date with my various writings to taking care of things around the house to of course taking care of my family and making sure that I’m spending quality time with God and growing in grace.
What ends up happening without a schedule is that although I know there are a lot of things that I could get done on that day and that I want to get done on that day, I generally get distracted by one of hundreds of other things or I don’t spread my time around in an efficient way.
This leads to stress and stress leads to bigger problems, sometimes with me being unproductive and even more often forgetting the most important thing, my relationship with Christ.
As you’ll see over time, there are a lot of reasons that I believe scheduling can be an incredibly beneficial tool to use in our daily walk with God. Here’s a list of some of the topics that I plan on addressing with my series on Scheduling:
- What Are The Most Important Things In Life?
- Scheduling According To The Spirit Vs The Law
- Where God Belongs In Our Busy Daily Lives
- How Reading My Bible Fits Into My Schedule
- How Prayer Fits Into My Schedule
- How Fellowship Fits Into My Schedule
- How To Make A Schedule
- Scheduling Tools
- What To Do When Your Schedule Goes Off Course
- Should Your Schedule Be Public Information?
- Is There Any Time For Fun In My Schedule?
- Will A Checklist Help Me With My Schedule?
- How Flexible Should You Make Your Schedule
- How To Improve Your Scheduling Techniques
- Four Things To Consider About Multitasking Within Your Schedule
- 2 Easy Steps To Overcome Excuses In Your Schedule