Do You Have a Vision for Your Faith?

I like to spend my weekends in my garden. But this Saturday I got out there and realized I had nothing to do. 

There were no weeds to pull, and not much to harvest beyond just grazing on carrots and cherry tomatoes.

The stores are all sold out of canning lids, so making more salsa is out of the question for now.

So I kind of just stood there and looked around a bit. Poked at some peppers, talked to the cauliflower, and went back inside.

Throughout the day I found excuses to go out and water this or compost that, but nothing to really get my hands dirty.

At the end of the day, I felt distressed because I hadn’t accomplished much. There was no plan, there was no achievement, just a day of putzing around. 

How often do we lack a project or a goal in our faith life? Maybe we’re not fired up on Sunday morning because we don’t have a vision for what COULD be in our communion with God.

Take a minute to envision what you want out of your faith. What does that look like? By when do you want to accomplish it?

Thoughtful, intentional growth in faith…. think about it.

Love and prayers,
Megan


The cover of this bible is so soft and comfortable in the hand you will never want to put it down, and the slightly larger font size makes it easy on the eyes for young and old.

Bible is embossed with a single decade rosary on the back.

How to Converse with God is a famous booklet of St. Alphonsus Liguori, Founder of the Redemptorists and Doctor of the Church, which shows us that God delights in us speaking to Him as we would a friend. 

Crucifix from the Veronese series in cold-cast bronze cross with pewter style corpus, 10″.

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