3 Questions for Daily Reflection

How often do you reflect on your life, goals, and progress?

I’d like to encourage you to make time for daily reflection. It’s vital to review what’s working, what’s not working, and what could you improve.

On New Year’s Eve we enjoyed a wonderful evening with our next door neighbors. As we enjoyed the fire in our fireplace and worked together on a puzzle, Barb shared with me three questions that her son Joseph asks his boys as he tucks them into bed each night.

I want to share them with you because I believe that they are great questions for personal reflection.


A Rose, a Thorn and a Stem
Here are the three questions:
1. Rose – What was the best part of your day?
2. Thorn – What was the hardest part of your day?
3. Stem – What’s your goal for the next day?

Imagine the insights and learnings you might gain by making these three questions part of your daily routine. And think of how going finishing your day with clarity on your next day will set you up for success.

Why not try it tonight?

Today’s Missional Challenge

Reflect daily to learn and grow and move forward!

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Dave DeVries

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Dr. Dave DeVries is a coach, trainer and strategist – and founder of Missional Challenge. He is passionate about coaching and training church planters and missional leaders. His training skills have been used to mobilize church planters, pastors and ministry leaders across the country and around the world. Missional Challenge partners together with churches, networks and denominations to advance disciplemaking movements globally.With 25+ years of church planting and leadership development experience, Dave brings his passion and encouragement to those he trains and coaches. He created The Multiplication Cycle™ to assist church planters to start churches by making disciples. He has trained and coached hundreds of coaches and church planters across the United States and internationally.Dave has been coaching pastors and church planters for more than ten years. His experience in church multiplication led to his doctorate in transformational leadership at Bakke Graduate University. He also received a Master of Divinity from The Master’s Seminary and graduated from Biola University with a B.S. in Business Administration.
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