having someone that helps us reach our God-given potential
“Therefore confess your sins to each other and pray for each other so that you may be healed. The prayer of a righteous person is powerful and effective.”
If you are on this page reading this you are already traveling on the Pathway of Accountability. It is a two-way street however, and you may be seeking to be accountable or be there for someone else. Both directions are healthy and will lead you to a closer and more productive relationship with Jesus. Jeremiah 17:9 tells us that we cannot trust the human heart. At times we need and outsider to help keep us straight and give us a perspective outside of our own biases and desires. We need someone to be honest with us. We also need to be willing to be that person for someone else. In the process of helping someone else we will inevitably hold ourselves accountable.
- Determine a person in your life that you trust.
- Make a list of areas where you can be held accountable, i.e. finances, habits, scripture memorization etc.