Which one are you?
Casual? or, unCasual?
Most likely, a little bit of both. Like the rest of us. In other words, we do somethings with more intention and somethings with less intention. And it will always be that way for us. And that's OK. Really. No sweat. It's called being human. And God gives grace (undeserved space to fail and forgiveness when we do).
We will never "get where we want to be" casually.
So, rather than trying to tackle every possible topic under the sun to which this principle can apply (we will do some of this too both here and via video on our social feeds), our goal here is to simply frame up the concept for you so you can easily apply it to the categories of your life. Like seeing life through filters.
Filter A: Casual
Filter B: unCasual
Filter A: Accidental
Filter B: Intentional
Filter A: Coasting
Filter B: Guided
Filter A: ah, you get the point.
We aren't encouraging control. We are encouraging intention.
Not stress, worry, or anxiety. But yes, care.
Less reactive, more proactive. Input on purpose.
These kinds of things.
WHY? That's the big question. And we've already started to answer it. Because we'll never "get where we want to be" casually. Living through Filter A. On the other hand, living via Filter B...now that's the ticket. No, it doesn't guarantee success or easy riding. It doesn't promise wonderful circumstances. Neither does our faith and living in line with God's Word. But both, Filter B kind of living and Faith-led kind of living promise something better. Something deeper. Something longer-lasting. This kind of living we are encouraging you toward in this content series brings about a future that isn't shaded by regret.
This kind of living we are encouraging you toward in this content series brings about a future that isn't shaded by regret.