It’s Monday With Joshua & Kerrie . . . Say No To Settling

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It’s Monday!   

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 is about refusing to settle at TableThink and for that matter, in every area of our life.  

Settling is reflected in the statement most of us have made at one time or another:  “It is what it is.”

The thing is . . . there’s no finish line . . . until our last breath.  Even, so, there’s a point in a situation or season when it seems easier to settle in and become comfortable with where we are at and what we are doing.  At the end of the day, the decision to settle is ours to make.  While it might seem that circumstances or others give us no choice, it’s our choice to experience more.

There’s no such thing as  . . .  impossible. . .  when we live out the dream God has put within our life for every. single. day. 

Vision

It takes courage to go beyond the comfort of “now” to enter in the “not-yet” and experience the dream which is ours to live.  The key is vision.

 When you get down to it, vision for the “not-yet” is a miraculous gift.

Keeping the vision fresh is one of the best ways to refuse to settle. 

We encourage you to take time to write out your vision without fear of the impossible. Writing the vision for the next encompasses all the elements of living.  So.  It takes thought and time.   

Begin

Write one piece of your vision.  Focus on one area  such as:  Relationships. Health.  Home.  Work.   Finances. Education.

Consider all the possibilities of what could be in the one piece of the vision.  

Refuse to settle.  Develop an on-going vision.  Enter the more of God.

“Where there is no vision, the people perish” (Proverbs 29:18). 

Make it a great day!  

There’s always more each and every day–Joshua & Kerrie

Joshua & Kerrie

Joshua & Kerrie are pastors, entrepreneurs, and co-developers of TableThink.

Joshua & Kerrie are in different seasons of life.  Joshua is in his first half of life; Kerrie is in her second.  Generational wisdom is a key piece of their best conversations with growth and contribution in the forefront.

Joshua is in the beginning years of his marriage with his wife, Louise.  Kerrie and her husband, Gregg, have been married for 42 years and have three children, two son-in-laws, and six grandchildren.  Joshua was born and raised in Arkansas.  He now lives in Oregon but says his Southern ways are ingrained within him.  Kerrie has always lived in the Pacific Northwest and loves everything about it, including rainy days.  Joshua has a passion for technology; he founded and oversees Joshua Lindley Consulting. Kerrie’s passion for serving people led her to becoming a registered nurse for a season, public speaking, and blogging.

Joshua & Kerrie invite everyone to take a seat at the table, ready and excited to learn from one another.  They  are passionate about what TableThink can be as they invest in the work with inspiration and innovation.  You are always welcome at TableThink’s virtual table.  You can connect by emailing: [email protected]

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