Abiding on my knees~ 365 days Wellness and Pedagogy

This will be my story.  I will sit and write for one hour a day~ on Wellness and Pedagogy.  What does it mean?  What is the day like?   Different dimensions and thoughts:). This will be an area of growth and development marrying my passions and desire to improve.  What does God say?  How does it affect me personally?  Professionally?  I hope by the end of the year I will have reflected on where I was, seen growth during the year, increased my heart for Christ and others, improved my pedagagogy, moved toward Wellness, and loved more.

The Examen

1.  Ask God for light.

2.  Give thanks.

3. Review the day.

4. Face my shortcomings.

5. Look forward the day to come.


How often do we use prayer as nothing more than an emergency call or a cold call to God?

Too often we only pray when we need or want something from God – which is understandable considering the English word “pray” means to “ask or beg”. But the Hebrew word for prayer – tefillah – means to “self evaluate”. So to the Jews of the Bible, prayer was not a time when they asked God for things … it was a time when they examined themselves. They would use prayer as a way to compare their actions, behavior and attitude against God’s holiness.
Could this idea change your prayers today?
“7 Hebrew Words Every Christian Should Know” devotional 12/28/16

Abiding in Christ.