Only 5% FWE? Did you, like us, get sidetracked?

Monday, September 07, 2009

Hi all, just noticed that the goal for Family Worship Evening is only 5% (not listed as a goal on all of my teams, but a worthy goal, for sure). If you don't know what this is, it's a goal to share spiritual information from the Bible with your family at least once a week, "Family Worship Evening", something that has been so beneficial for our family when we are able to be consistent.

My question is, we had some really serious things derail us on this goal in the last few months, and I am just wondering if I am the only one experiencing this and would love suggestions for families with all adult children living with them. If you have time, even a line or two will do. Love you all.

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    Hey, we did it last week. Two of the kids (adults in their 30's) were invited but did not respond but we did it anyway at the kitchen table. We studied the God's Love book and the subject was marriage so it was kind of quaint with just the two of us anyway! Chock one up for last week and we will do it again this week--my husband and I are on the same page on this one emoticon
    4237 days ago
    Thank You for calling this to my attention! When I joined the team this was not listed as a goal. I don't know when it was added but I certainly wanted to add it! An added incentive to be consistent could not hurt.
    4239 days ago
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    I havent even started an "evening" I should but when im alone the motivation isnt there and remembr my cat is a "heathen"! Hugs Laurie
    4264 days ago
    I am not sure what this is, but I hope you get your response. Is this possibly a goal for one of your teams? I don't recognize it as a general goal for Spark members.
    4265 days ago
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