Tuesday, January 11, 2011

Reclaim Your Commute

This past Sunday while I sat in church there were many great challenges and ideas thrown out that day. My hand was furiously writing as I tried to keep up with all the notes that I wanted to put down on paper as the pastor was preaching. Notes were lining the edges of bulletin and I loved it. In the midst of these great insights and ideas there were three little words that pierced right to my heart.

Reclaim your commute.

It sounds simple enough, but what does that really look like?

If you are like me, you like to multi-task and the commute is the perfect time to get phone calls made or even just chill out to some great music. However, what if we did take these three words to heart? What if we took the time that we are in the car every day and gave it over to growing in our relationship with Christ?

~~~~~~~~~~> for the answers to these questions head on over to 5 Minutes for Faith I've got some practical ideas on how to Reclaim Your Commute and I'd love to hear some of your ideas too! Oh...there's also a link to a great sermon my hubby taught recently called Disciplining Your Mind that sparked this whole discussion on on Reclaiming Your Commute.

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