Yesterday I posted a simple way to implement change in an organization when the changes needed seem overwhelming. You can read that post HERE.
Today I want to put a contextual spin on the issue for the area of spiritual growth. I know lots of believers, especially early in their Christian walk, who think they should instantly have spiritual maturity shortly after being saved. Spiritual growth is a process that takes years of discipleship.
If you want to mature in your faith, start with one spiritual discipline. Master that discipline (or get better at it at least) and then move to another discipline. For example, try to form a habit of regular church attendance. Then start reading your Bible everyday. When that becomes a regular part of your day, begin to form a prayer list. After a period of time you can start journaling. Keep adding positive changes to your spiritual life, but only add one at a time. See if that helps you grow without facing spiritual burnout.
What suggestions do you have towards spiritual growth?