- Organization is organic, fluid, diverse – not one-size-fits-all
- Organized does not always equate with neat and tidy; it does means that you can find what you need when you need it
- Less is more; downsizing, de-stuffing, and eliminating non-priority items all enable better and easier organization
- Cooperative organization within a family is essential to peace and productivity
What are your thoughts on organization?
We are perfectly created us with holes! Because we are each only partially created in God’s image (Genesis 1:27), on a spiritual level we need God to fill in our deficiencies and on a human level we need each other in the Body of Christ.
When we look at all of the strengths of the four personality types, we see the perfection of God. We also better understand and appreciate human differences, enabling us to better and more compassionately communicate.
Sanguine – popular, positive, talkative, fun, playful
Choleric – powerful, accomplishment driven, concise
Melancholy – perfect, thoughtful, accurate, reserved
Phlegmatic – peaceful, steady, consistent, gentle
How do you fit this grid?
I believe you are the perfect mom or dad for your child! How can I say that with confident conviction? If it were not so, God would have assigned your child to another family.
God’s good plan (Jeremiah 29:11) includes 1) your unique, one-of-a-kind design (Psalm 139), 2) all needed provisions (1 Thessalonians 5:24), AND 3) His presence (Matthew 28:20), equipping you to be the parent your child needs right now.
In what ways can you see that you are the “perfect parent” for your child?