Practical Examples of Everyday Rhythms

I had to share this blog post primarily because I didn’t want to lose the link. As we move forward with our own missional communities it will be increasingly important to be intentional about the ways we build these “rhythms” into our life. One of the reasons we like the name “Tidelands” is because the tides remind all of us that live near the water of the rhythms that God built into all of creation.

JORDAN ELDER

As a part of the Soma family, we often speak of living out our gospel identity in everyday rhythms of life (know the story, listen, bless, celebrate & suffer, eat, rest & work). In fact, much of what we do is not meant to add things to the schedule, but bring intentionality to the things we are already doing.

The following lists are a few practical examples of simple things you can begin doing to bring gospel intentionality to your schedule. Hopefully as you are reading through these examples it will spark ideas for your own life.

5 Practical Ideas to Know the Story

  1. Practice telling the story to your kids and spouse – get resources here
  2. Listen to others tell the story – Story of God Audio
  3. Have a night where each person in your MC shares their story in 10 minutes.
  4. Identify and write down the 4…

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