When I wrote One More Step, I didn’t have a workspace to call my own. I wrote in coffee shops, on my bed, on the couch, or from the dining room table. It felt like a little here, there and everywhere. Perhaps you can relate. With school starting soon, taking time to think through and organize your office space can be a wonderful way to prepare for a new season. With the busy work days ahead, I really wanted to write in a faith-filled space that would remind me to rely on Jesus. Whether a hectic day full of meetings and deadlines, or a quiet day of steady workflow, these 7 ways to create a faith-filled workspace can be used to regroup and rejuvenate.
1. Use Scripture wall art.
Glancing up from your desk to read a meaningful Bible verse is a wonderful way to encourage your heart in the midst of work time. When Moses passed down the commandments to the children of Israel, he told them the laws were to be on their hearts. He gave them several ideas to make this happen in Deuteronomy 6 (NIV) and I love verse 9: “Write them on the doorframes of your houses and on your gates.”
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See you tomorrow!
By his grace,