Being a Christian isn’t always secure. There are some days I to want to do something that goes against the walk. Here are few tips for staying on track.
- Having a support system is one of the most important things. I have people in my life who can tell me when I’m wrong – with love. Trusting others for constructive criticism is necessary to keep growing.
- Put technology to good use. I have the Bible app installed on my phone. Getting scriptures and notifications for devotionals is very motivational. Since my phone is always near, it is an awesome free tool.
- If you’re not a phone person, use the classic paper method. Research plans that you can hold in your hand. Get sticky notes and post reminders to read the word in places you go often. Christian bookstore also has plenty of devotionals for any price range. My pastor always talks about the one year bible. He places it in multiple locations (work, home, car) so he won’t have an excuse to miss a day.
- Creating great habits is another great way to stay on track. Special times for community, self-care, and spiritual development keeps everything balanced. Schedules can get busy – we must make time to become better Christians. When the body of Christ is strong – everything else will flow beautifully.
Take each day one step at a time. As long as you get back on track – that’s all that matters.