Monday is our day to ramp it up and renew an element of living. *We recommend this practice for individuals, couples, and families as well as organizations. This practice serves who we are and what we do.
This week our conversation at the table centers on advent and what it means to be love in this world.
Each day provides an opportunity to show and tell someone they are loved.
Opportunities to reach out to others are missed when life is overwhelmingly busy. Reaching out to someone with love requires intentionally giving time and effort.
Whether we do something small or big with love . . . it’s without expectation of something in return . . . including gratefulness.
It’s easy to be offended when we tally how much we do and how our service is often taken for granted.
The highest form of service is given through valuing the individual without the desire or need to be repaid.
This. is. love.
There’s always more each and every day~Joshua & Kerrie
*Connect with a life-coach, pastor, spiritual advisor, professional counselor, or trusted friend for direction, guidance, and wisdom.
Listen . . .
Think On This . . .
At age 13, our son insisted our family had a mission statement. After-all, his baseball team had a mission statement.
After several conversations, we formulated our mission with four simple words,
“Love all; serve all.”
We wrote our mission statement out to make it official.
While we had always believed in love and service; formulating these words into a mission underlined these two actions as our family’s big deal.
We discussed how defining our family mission changed our perspective on the little and big things of life.
The Bible is the story of God’s love . . . written down . . . to underline love as the big deal of humanity’s mission.
Light Two Candles
Today . . . light the candle symbolizing hope celebrated in the first week of advent and light the candle symbolizing love this week . . . taking the time to underline God’s love as the foundation of who we are and the mission of what’s ours to do.
Perspective . . .
- Advent: Sunday, December 1 . . . Hope
- Advent: Monday, December 2 . . . Hope
- Advent: Tuesday, December 3 . . . Hope
- Advent: Wednesday, December 4 . . . Hope
- Advent: Thursday, December 5 . . . Hope
- Advent: Friday, December 6 . . . Hope
- Advent: Saturday, December 7 . . . Hope
- Advent: Sunday, December 8 . . . Love
- Advent: Monday, December 9 . . . Love
- Advent: Tuesday, December 10 . . . Love
- Advent: Wednesday, December 11 . . . Love
We are anticipating great days ahead as we continue to prepare for launching our new website, online community, and more. We have encountered some obstacles which has delayed our launch until February 2020. We hope you will join us in praying for what more God has for all of us in this time of waiting.
TableThink’s Four Essential Elements Of Living
1. Meaning. 2. Purpose. 3. Fulfillment. 4. Influence.
- I will live a meaningful life. I will: Love God. Love myself. Love others.
- I will live a purposeful life. I will: Align. Assimilate. Activate.
- I will live a fulfilled life. I will: Inspire. Innovate. Invest.
- I will live an influential life. I will: Live.
TableThink’s Weekly Rhythm, Routine, And Ritual
- Routine: A regular and fixed weekly best practice.
- Rhythm: A sequenced pattern of living.
- Ritual: A set apart time and space for meaningful and sacred moments.
- It’s our mission to invest our time and energy in serving you with inspiration and innovation to live the best in your exceptional life.