There is something about goal setting that gets me fired up and excited. Maybe it’s the prospect of doing something awesome in the upcoming year, like running a marathon, or reading through the entire Bible, or finally writing that book I’ve been thinking about. Or maybe it’s the prospect of finally kicking those bad habits I have, like getting up too late, or regularly eating things that will probably shorten my life in the long run. I like to set big goals that will challenge me.
But in the last couple of years I’ve started to notice something about myself: Small goals coupled with faithfulness produce the biggest results.
“Sound theology has a way of doing that!”
Also Worth Reading
Preachers: Al Mohler on Mark Driscoll
Ministry: Answering Questions People Actually Ask
Free Stuff: Christian Audio’s free book of the month is Knowing God by J.I. Packer. Get this!
In Case You Missed It
Here are a few of this week’s notable posts:
Joel Beeke: Were the Puritans Prudes?
Octavius Winslow: Christ, the Procurer and Giver of Peace