For the last ten or so years, I have taken some time to stop and reflect on the previous months.
Below are a conglomeration of some of my favorite questions. This year, Scott and I decided to share them with you, praying that they’d stir you and encourage you to live deeply from the well of God’s grace.
They’re not questions prompting you to make new resolutions or asking you to pledge to try harder to change.
Relieved? (Me, too.)
Rather, they are invitations to stop.
When I was in college studying advertising, I learned about the crucial element of white space. The purpose behind the empty space surrounding text is to help the reader’s eye find a place to “rest.”
However, we’re often like ads runs amuck, our text spilling out to the very edges of the paper.
No wonder that kind of printing is called “full bleed.”
Would you consider building in 20-30 minutes of white space sometime in the next 7 days?
What 3 books from last year affected me the most?
In what current relationship(s) do I feel like the best version of myself?
What characteristic/attribute of God became more real to me this year?
What activities caused me to lose track of time (good or bad)?
What was one big highlight this last year?
What was one hardship?
Do I have daily white space built into my daily life?