Molly and JR dive right into battling Satan's very own weed in their yard and it's analogous relationship to sin in our hearts. Then they get electric as they discuss a Christian's response to COVID-19 regulations and being a part of the Church.
Take A Spiritual Inventory - Rolf Meintjes, Pastor, Rocky Mountain Community Church, PCA:
Respond to the following questions with:
1-10 (1 - not good , 10 - wonderful)
I sense the presence of God’s spirit in me almost daily.
I have a clear sense of purpose in my life.
Frequently I spend time in solitude, reflecting on my faith.
I think I know my spiritual gifts and I’m using them.
My charitable giving is planned rather than random.
I nurture my relationship with God daily, through a focused time of prayer, silence, meditation, devotional reading, journaling, singing/listening to music, or other spiritual discipline.
I feel healthy and whole as a person.
I am regularly involved in directly helping the poor and/or disadvantaged.
I am disciplined in how I manage credit cards and debt.
I claim or have reclaimed a strong sense of my personal identity and worth.
Today, I know of no relationship where I owe an apology.
I live authentically, revealing to others who I really am and what really matters to me.
I readily forgive when I have conflict with others.
I have a strong belief that all I have belongs to God and I willingly share God’s blessings.
I take time to play, rest, and sometimes do nothing for a period of time, at least weekly.
I am addressing my particular, underlying faith issues.
I feel hopeful about life and the future.
I recognize that it is God’s spirit that heals me and makes me whole.
I am grateful for the experiences of my life as opportunities to grow in grace.
I am growing in my love for the Lord and others during this global pandemic.