When we quietly suspect that we don’t have what it takes, we shrink back in all sorts of passive ways. So what does it take to stay engaged in the face of fear?
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The Christians shared a sense of togetherness and belonging. They ate together, attended “church” together, cared for one another. This sounds so different from much of my daily experience.
Goals are meant to challenge us, and sometimes the progress we make — even if it feels like we’ve fallen short — is more than enough.
If you talk about it, I guarantee you’ll find other Christian men and women who are right there with you, needing prayer, encouragement and guidance to overcome the same problem.
You can’t ignore cynicism and hope it stays away. You need to fight cynicism, or else you will become just another victim.
Whatever your situation or status, you can and should have relationship goals. Aim high this year, knowing you’ll be building a foundation for the future.
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