Our first “Reset Sunday” is coming up this week! As we explained at worship, our hope is that we’ll all be able to take this opportunity to reset our selves and our community, start the promise of restoration from a wearying year, and redirect our intentions to live fully for Jesus, the One who loves us, in all the different aspects of our life. We pray that your upcoming Sabbath days will be a time that you’ll set apart, to honor it and keep it holy. (Exodus 20:8)
On Sunday, we spent some time coming up with a plan that would schedule our reset Sundays. If you haven’t had the opportunity yet, or if you’d like to further plan the one you worked, here are a few reflection questions:
When, where, and how do you feel connected to God?
When do you feel free?
What obstacles stand in the way of you unplugging from your work?
What helps you strengthen your body? Your mind? Your spirit?
How do you feel connected to the Anchor City community? How can you connect to the larger community?
Plan a day that will be restful and meaningful. Will you sleep in? Eat something good? Go somewhere new?
4 things that will be helpful for you to incorporate on this day:
- A way for you to feel connected to God
- A way for you to feel connected to others
- Unplugging from work
- A traditional spiritual element: Prayer, Bible, Music