Go the distance – being pro and reactive


Have you thought about any plans, aspirations or resolutions for 2015 yet? The lessons I have learnt in previous years is to be both proactive and reactive. It is important to be proactive, to plan and do it but it is as important to plan to be re active to opportunities that come our way. This is not a sign of complacency but signifies that we that we cannot and should not plan for all that the year might bring.  We can do this by leaving space and energy to be able to respond to moves of God. I know I can be creative and busy enough to plan more than enough for the year ahead – new projects, resources, writing, golf courses to play, conferences to go to and plan, a new group to join, films to see, holidays and days out to enjoy… But I am also looking forward to seeing what other opportunities come our way and watching out for the wind of the Holy Spirit blowing…


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