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Rebooted

I love routine
 
This is me! So glad to have the Christmas break from my usual routines..but after a while, really happy to get back to those routines! To sort, and clear, and write out a little timetable, planning my time better (and then to photocopy and reduce it, so it fits inside my diary - yes really!). With the new year, I can getreally  overwhelmed looking at my life, knowing that I need to get better at EVERYTHING!
However, after Sunday at Kerith I feel "rebooted" - back on track, re-centred. We sang "Jesus at the centre of it all"and I realised that's it - that's my big idea, my resolution, my one word, my focus for 2013 - I want Jesus at the centre of it all, and that's what, with God's help I'll try to do .
It feels both releasing and intentional.
 
I'd love to know if you have a focus or any resolutions for 2013? 
 
I'm really looking forward to the new Sunday series starting this week - Keep In Touch - all about prayer.
There's a number of ways for us all to get involved - the first one being to come along on Sundays, and catch any missed sermons on podcast.
Starting tomorrow evening we're meeting to pray on Wednesday evenings, from 8-9pm in Kerith. There's a freebie for everyone who comes along ...oh yes, and we''ll be fasting - not something I naturally look forward to or enjoy...but I'll be giving it a go!
Also starting tomorrow, you can receive daily emails from the   Keep in touch blog
I'm really looking forward to reading those emails - different articles and devotionals from 40 members of our Kerith community - sign up! 


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Suzanne said…
Isn't it funny, the double-edged sword that is 'routine' - that cartoon is me too!

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