Fear, isolation, loss, uncertainty. The list of what we experienced could go on and on. We did not prepare for it. We just had to react to it. We had to keep driving forward. But it’s now 2021 and last year is in the rear-view mirror. People are emerging again. Life is looking brighter. Smiles are returning. It is human nature to just keep moving forward and not stop to assess the wear and tear on our lives. We are not machines that just need more fuel and fluids. We are human beings created in the image of God and we must rest and recover from hard times. This does not happen naturally, you have to make a plan to be successful. Take a minute and listen to Hannah share why it’s important to have a plan for recovery.
Our hope is over the days ahead you can discover where you are in your journey and what areas of life that need rest and recovery. My Recovery Plan has been created to help you do just that. Each day will identify a crucial area of life, a passage of Scripture to speak into this area, a call to action, and a written prayer you can use to commit the day to God. This is not a formula, but a simple guide to help you personalize your recovery. We hope you enjoy the journey and begin to experience recovery for yourself. Just click the button below to download the plan to get started.
If you’d rather go at your own pace or want to revisit a certain gauge later, you can download each day individually below. Just find the gauge you’re looking for and download that specific daily plan.
As our team has been working through their own recovery plans we’ve pulled together some of the most helpful and meaningful books, songs, and podcasts for them. If you’re looking to go deeper into any of the areas from your recovery plan, then these resources are a great place to start.
Dr. Rob Reimer
John Mark Comer
Bruce McNicol, Bill Thrall & John Lynch
Brooke Alpert & Patricia Farris
Maverick City Music
Series from Athens Church
from BEMA Discipleship
from Corey Little
Kenneth Cooper & Tyler Cooper
Maverick City Music
from Annie Downs
Message from Athens Church