The purpose of this self-evaluation is simply to get you thinking about where you are in your pursuit of the ordinary disciplines that when faithfully (not perfectly!) practiced make the greatest differences in our growth and the growth of others in Christ.
How many times in the past week have you discussed something with your spouse that involved a personal struggle and sought to explicitly bring Scripture to bear?
How many times in the past week have you discussed something with your child that involved a personal struggle and sought to explicitly bring Scripture to bear?
In the last week, how many days have you read your Bible?
In the last week, how many days has your family read the Bible together?
As a parent, where are each of your children, spiritually? Are any of your children unbaptized or ready to be examined and admitted as communing members of the church?
What is a sin area in your life that you are intentionally working on right now?
What percentage of your free time is normally spent with another person, communicating face to face (as opposed to being by yourself on a phone/computer/electronic device/TV)?
What are two ordinary things that you know you should do but just can’t seem to do?
What are two attitudes or distractions that commonly get in the way of you doing ordinary things?