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A-N-C, part 2 of 3.

March 26, 2014

Aviate, Navigate, and Communicate are three key words pilots are taught to use in an emergency.  They work equally well on the ground for you and me, too.

Aviate, according to the FAA’s website, is “maintaining control of the aircraft.”  When in crisis mode in our lives, it’s important for recovery that we correct the things we can and regain what measure of direction we can.

Which leads to the second part of this.

Navigate is to “know where you are and where you intend to go.”  Sounds pretty simple; so why is it so hard?

Someone has said that the primary problem with many people is that we’ve become “wandering generalities” when life calls for “walking specifics.”

Want some help this?  Your community of faith can help you with your study and application of Scripture.  Put that together, take appropriate action, and you’ll have a navigation system that works in a crisis situation as well as before and after emergencies.

Today, let’s Navigate.

 

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