INTEGRATED LIVING: Transitional Living Toward Focused Mission

What is it that one might reflect upon?  It seems to me that reflection begins with values and a movement toward authenticity.  In a life where there is little in the way of reflection it is easy to move in disconnected directions.  When this happens a person tends to become what others desire rather than what is truly this person.  Authenticity is about dealing with life in full reality.  Authenticity and integrity are key components to integrated living.

Integrity and authenticity exist when a person has integrated personal values into daily living.  In other words, integrity and authenticity exist when one walks the talk.   Questions to ponder in the next month:

  1. What are your values?  Make a list of those things that are very important to you.  Be sure that the list reflects your call from God and is not a result of what you think others might want for you.

  2. In what ways do you live out those values in your day-to-day life?

  3. What might help you to live out your values more consistently?

  4. How does prayer inform and support this portion of your journey?

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