October 2019: The Month Of Possibilities


October is the month of possibilities.  

There’s two ways to view life.

We either see possibilities or impossibilities.

There’s an extreme difference between the realm of possibilities and impossibilities.  Jesus’s words underline what’s to be seen: ” . . . But with God, all things are possible”  (Matthew 19:26 (Voice)).

Think on the two transforming words, “with” and “all.”  

Everything changes when life is seen and navigated with God.

First Things First:  Seek God.

Seeking can be as simple as asking God-questions.

For example, take a moment to ask before making a judgement about something, someone, or self:

“God . . . What do You see in this situation . . . individual . . . and/or me?   What are Your thoughts about this situation . . . individual . . . and/or me?    What are You assigning me to think, say, and do in this moment?” 

With God answers are underlined in love, grace, peace, and favor.


God, the Source of life,  does not answer with less than the best.  This is a tried and true certainty, proven throughout history.


The thing is . . . Jesus made it clear that with God (the Source of life) . . . all things are possible.  It makes sense that nothing is impossible with God.

All is the big word, the headline in our life with God.

So.  When the worst comes at us, we can know something good will come out of it.  In other words, it’s possible to have quiet confidence in God in all circumstances in all seasons at all times.

Be Grateful.

It’s easier to look backwards and know God’s presence transformed all things than to look forward and know God will continue to be God.  One of the greatest equalizers to this issue is to be grateful for God’s presence.


As impossible as it can seem, God has an amazing plan for each and everyone.


God is at work in us, through us, and around us bringing all things together for good.


The thing is . . . we’ve been given the choice . . . to accept and trust all things are possible with God.  Our journey is transformed when we choose to take Jesus’ words to heart and make it our response in all things.   


Enjoy the month of possibilities!

TableThink’s Journey

We are getting ready to launch what we’ve been working on since January 2019.  Yes.  It’s been a process to keep going.  And. At times the plan seems impossible but with God, all things are possible!

Thank You

We are grateful for you.  Thank you for your support.  We continue to rely on our friends and family to spread the word about TableThink as we work towards launching what has been on our heart.

By the way . . .  there’s now more than 41,000 total downloads of the **Think On This podcast.  Thank you!

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.  ~Joshua & Kerrie

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**Begin your day with the Think On This podcast and devotion. You can listen to Think On This on our website or on Alexaitunes, and podbean.

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.

Sunday is reserved for soul work. There is value in taking time to be still to know God as well as coming together around the table and sharing life.

Soul work necessitates time alone as well as time with one another.

The thing is . . .  soul work is key to living best . . .  but often is last on the list.

Sunday Soul Work: 

Monday is our day to ramp up and renew an element of living.  We recommend this practice for individuals, couples, and families as well as organizations.  This best practice serves who we are and what we do.

“Monday” Articles:

Tuesday is the day to focus on”Best Practices.” 

Wednesday and Thursday will follow the theme of the week and month: Possibilities.

Friday Feature focuses on Your Tribe and TableThink Podcast As the traditional workweek ends, it’s key to get ready to shift into the weekend with inspiration to live the best.


Anne Miller is TableThink’s columnist for Your Tribe.  Anne is a part of TableThink’s new adventure and is getting ready for more!  Anne takes us home, reminding us  of what really matters.  She invites you to the TableThink tribe . . . and wants you to know it’s . . . Your Tribe.

Anne invites us: “I hope you will feel inspired to connect, reconnect, or get to know someone in your community, realizing it is not about entertaining – holding the attention of – it is about “being” together, sharing life and relationship.”


We feature table conversations at our table.  We are excited for you to get to know the who takes a seat at our table and think on the interesting, inspiring, and informative discussions.  We grow when we think outside of our personal realm, broadening our perspective with inspiration.  We are working on our faith series and will be releasing a new look with our TableThink podcast. 

TableThink podcast can be found on our website as well as on itunes and podbean.

Saturday features the weekend slow-down. Taking a breath on the weekend, slowing down, and stepping back from the busyness of the week is smart living.   It takes effort and practice to make the weekend slow-down routine a part of life.  The thing is . . . as simple as it sounds . . . weekend slow-down serves our “why.”

One of the obstacles to the weekend slow-down is the lack of awareness of its overall healthy impact on every piece of life.

Thinking  through the things which lead to your best weekend slow-down generates motivation to make it happen. It’s helpful to use the specific elements to create a personalized weekend slow-down menu.

And . . . Think On This . . . devotional and podcast is released every. single. day. 

You can listen to Think On This on our website or on Alexaitunes, and podbean.

Begin your day with the Think On This podcast and devotion. 

There’s More . . . 

We are excited for you to be a part of TableThink’s upcoming launch.

Join and share about the TableThink Community on facebook @tablethink . . . on instagram @tablethink . . . and on twitter #tablethink.

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