Scripture That Helps Start Your Day

Do you have that one special scripture you use to get your day going?  Of course you do, you’re a Christian. But what about those who aren’t or are new to Christianity? Wouldn’t it be great if we could help out? This week’s #BeTheSohrs focus is “share a scripture that helps start your day.” Now you can be an inspiration to those who don’t have that special scripture and to those of us who would love to benefit from what’s special to you. It’s time for us to do what only we, Christians, can do best.  #BeTheSohrs

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Have Any Spiritual Goals?

During the first few weeks of the year, most are setting goals. it’s what we do.  Some have already broken the goals they set out to accomplish this year. There are programs out there to target your fitness, ways to have the best year ever and of course the numerous diets.

A recent article posted on the internet stated the following as the most popular new year’s resolutions:

  • Get healthy
  • Get organized
  • Live life to the fullest
  • Learn new hobbies
  • Spend less and save more
  • Travel
  • Read more

Most people don’t readily think of setting “spiritual” goals or resolutions but as a Christian you more than likely have 1st-of-the-year-fasting goals. What we want to know from you is simply this, do you have any spiritual goals you are trying to meet this year? #BeTheSohrs

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Prayer and Fasting

Fasting. Fast and pray. Consecrate. Daniel fast. Partial fast. Complete fast.
These are just a few of the terms and activities that Christians participate in at the beginning of a new year. We’d like to know and hear what you and your church are doing. This one activity at the first of the year can be that one single act that will transform your year and make it the best year ever.

This week’s focus is all about prayer & fasting. “Join us this Sunday as we participate in our church’s annual 21 Days of Prayer & Fasting.” Leave a comment and share what activity you’re engaged in.

Happy New Year!

It’s time to share what we, Christians, do. #BeTheSohrs

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How Do You Get Through A Bad Day?

During one of the most joyous times of the year, Christmas, many are going through a sad, disappointing period of life.  We call this a “bad day”.  A “bad day” is a period in life where you can’t make heads or tails out of what’s going on.  It’s a less than joyous time.  So what can you do about it?  This week’s “BeTheSohrs” focus is “how do you get through a bad day?”  We’ve all had them at one time or another, so how do we do it?  If you’ve had a bad day, share it with us and tell us what you did to make your day/period better.  The time is now for us to do what we, Christians, do best.  #BeTheSohrs

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How Do You Share Jesus in the Workplace?

Can we even say “Jesus” in the workplace today? This is becoming more and more debatable in our society. John Maxwell once shared his strategy for sharing Jesus in his leadership conferences; he uses a bait and hook tactic with his audience so that they ask for his secret tips. He would reference a leadership idea that was totally influenced by his faith and Christians beliefs without saying where they originated.

For example, he makes a statement similar to this… “I’ll only tell those who are interested and willing to stay behind after the main lecture.” To his surprise many of the attendees would and John had the privilege of sharing his faith and being an instrument for God leading business leaders to Christ.

How do you share Jesus in the workplace? Share your strategy with us and the world. #BeTheSohrs

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What are some healthy ways to deal with stress?

You may not know this, but stress is a big killer.  It creates problems in every area of your life (i.e your home, your job, your marriage, even your health).  

Stress isn’t something that God places on us.  In fact, He says give your cares, the things that stress you, to Him.  The question we must ask is how do we do it?  This week’s focus is “what are some healthy ways to deal with stress?”.  

Join us as we share in the topic and discuss the problems we face and the solutions we have for this problem.  This is what we, Christians, do.  The time is now!  #BeTheSohrs

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A Time of Thanks-giving

Hopefully, you are ready to enjoy the Thanksgiving Holiday. In light of Thanksgiving, the BeTheSohrs topic this week is “A Time of Thanks-giving.” During this week, take a moment to reflect on what you are thankful for. What does Thanksgiving remind you to be grateful for? And what can we expect during this time of thanks-giving over the next week?

Your world could use your help, your input, and your example. It’s what we, Christians, do. We light the world around us. Help us light the world this week by sharing the object of our thankfulness. The time is now. Let’s do it together! #BeTheSohrs

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How Can You Be The Light In The Workplace?

It’s a new day.  As Christians it’s time to take Christ to the workplace.  It’s the place where most of us spend the majority of our time and meet the majority of the people we know in life.  So how do we accomplish such a feet without doing a disservice to The Kingdom?  This week’s BeTheSohrs focus is “How can you be the light in the workplace?”  How can we shed more light in the place we spend the majority of our time?

It’s our time and that time is now for us, Christians, to do what we do best.  #BeTheLight  #BeTheSohrs

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Like Jesus

Did you know that your point of view can be unique? As a matter of fact, it is unique? What does that say for a group of individuals? Can they too have differing points of views? How can we tell which point of view is correct? Or do we just take them all to be correct? In this week’s “BeTheSohrs” focus, we can identify one point of view that never changes; it’s Jesus’ point of view. “How can we change the way we see things to be more like Him?” This is important because when we impose our various ways of seeing things on others, sometimes how Jesus’ sees it gets lost.
It’s time; our time to join in and #BeTheSohrs.

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Halloween Afterthoughts

It’s Halloween; how do you feel about that? This holiday has been controversial for Christians for quite some time now. Halloween, if you do your homework, has its roots in both Christianity and the ancient festival of Samhain. Nonetheless, most do view it as not having any Christian roots; what do you think? Share your thoughts and afterthoughts with us.

Share an idea you have.
What are some Christian alternatives to Halloween?
Show us a picture of you carving a pumpkin.
Share pictures of your Halloween decorations.
What treats do you make for Halloween?
What does your church do for Halloween?

Now is a great time for you to show your world what Christians do! Let’s do it together, BeTheSohrs!

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