This is Christ the King Sunday - the last Sunday of the liturgical year IF you follow the liturgical calendar, one of the Lectionaries or attend a church that does. It is a time for remembering the importance of Christ as first in our lives. In many ways it is a time for remembering the last year, being thankful, and starting the preparation(s) for the "new" year -- which starts next Sunday with the first Sunday in Advent. It can also be a time for thinking about ways to give Christ the "kingship" of our lives -- first place in our lives.
What would it take to do that? What schedule changes would need to be made so time with God daily could be added in? How would Sundays look different if they included worship with fellow believers celebrating God's love for ALL of us? What Bible study might you do? (There are a lot of awesome studies out there -- ask your minister about them!) Would the Bible study be an individual study, "just" for you, or a group study? What about strengthening, or changing, your prayer life/time? How would that change?
Next Sunday starts the "new" church year. It is a good time to start the new year resolutions if for no other reason than it confuses friends and family. Now, during busy hectic schedules, if changes can be made they will be easier to continue when the schedules slow down (if they ever do!). Trying "new" things can be scary and challenging. Try it - it might not only work it might be awesome! And, like my friend Isaiah says (41:10 & 13) God not only has you in God's hand, God is holding you by the hand. New? Yup, but you might like it!