As a teacher, there are plenty of pet peeves that bother my wife in the classroom—but the biggest one is the saying “practice makes perfect.” When she hears it, she responds, “No, practice makes better.”
I think our faith is the same way—sometimes we expect things to be perfect, but perhaps we are better off working to make things better. How do you practice your faith? Is it hard to find consistency and energy in how your intentions become your actions and habits? This week we’ll continue our series Resurrecting Faith as we talk about the ways we practice our faith.