One-Minute Inventory Place a check mark in front of every question that is 100% true.This is a snapshot of your life today. In the last four weeks, I've enjoyed four days off—days that were refreshing and care-free. This past week I've had five nights of sleep that were 7 to 8 hours in duration. Every day I hit “pause,” to think, ponder or pray, depending on my faith background. I took a full-day of personal retreat in the last six months. I enjoyed four evenings this last week with no out-of-the-home obligations. I took all my vacation time last year.Your ScoreScore: 0-3You are running on the fumes of an empty tank whether you realize it or not. There's a better way. It's found in the rhythm—Run Hard. Rest Well. A paradigm shift must take place in your heart. Rest is not a sign of weakness. It is a gift, a grace, a rhythm of life for those who surrender all—including the time it takes to rest. The vibrancy of your life and work, the well-being of your soul and the health of your family depend on it.Score: 4You are familiar with rejuvenating aspects of rest and renewal (well done good and faithful servant!), but gaps remain. You know how to run hard and you are aware of what it means to rest well. Now take a look at your physical, emotional, spiritual, relational reserves. What are your strengths? Where can you improve? Expand your horizons. What needs attention? Explore how “resting well” will bring new realms of vibrancy to an area where you're serving with a self-imposed limp.Score: 5-6Ah! The life-giving rhythms of rest are established in your life. You are successfully navigating the craziness of 24/7. The fruit of well-being is yours to enjoy—and pass along to others. Stay the course. Your life is a walking billboard. Be intentional about sharing the story of your journey into the rhythms of rest. You have a remarkable opportunity to light the way for the winded and worn you know and love.CommentsThis field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged. This iframe contains the logic required to handle Ajax powered Gravity Forms.