That One thing is discovered by facilitating One Moment of encounter with God; for Paul, on the road to Damascus in Syria, for Isaiah, standing in the temple. This year are we willing to facilitate that One Moment of Encounter with God, that could change the trajectory of our lives. Maybe that One Thing, that one moment will be found in one of these expressions:
Encountering God in the place of prayer, individually and corporately. Is this the year where our One thing commitment is to facilitate a God encounter in the regular place of corporate prayer?

Link: Prayer at King's
Encountering God through a moment of Holy Spirit engagement. Jesus promised that we would receive Power when the Holy Spirit comes upon you. Does this year contain the One moment where we will create space to encounter God’s Holy Spirit in a new way?

Download: The Holy Spirit - Scripture Sheet 
Jesus said that he would be with us until the end of the age. Perhaps that intimate experience of God’s presence in our lives has drifted or been lost. Is this the year where we craft a moment every day to spend time in His presence as we intentionally commit to read and study the bible every day?
Paul made it clear that his journey hadn’t ended but his One thing focus caused a shift in his thinking, in his mindset, putting various distractions to the side. Isaiah also, following his one moment encounter had a change of mind as he realised who he was and with fresh eyes discovered who God was. This year are we willing to facilitate that One Mindset shift, that could change the trajectory of our lives. Maybe that One thing, that one moment will be found in one of these expressions:
Paul committed himself to daily development, to pressing on, to change. Maybe this year will bring a fresh comprehension of our need to grow, and to engage in a systematic way to assist that mindset change; perhaps enrolling in a Grow Group, getting baptised, or placing yourselves in a position to be discipled is the way forward.

Links: Join a Grow Group or Get Baptised
Isaiah had a One Mindset change in giving his whole life away as he declared “Here am I send me”. No consideration of the detail, it was the developing of a generous mindset, making available everything he was and had. Could this year be a year where we discover or develop a mindset shift in the expression of our generosity. Maybe engaging in regular giving, trusting God with a tenth of our income and making it available or maybe engaging with the one pound every day for one year.

Link: Giving at King's
God had entrusted Paul with a message of serving others, by bringing the message of good news to unreached people. Isaiah was also given the responsibility to serve others by communicating God’s message of hope. Could this year not only contain the one opportunity for us to guard the skills and talents that have been entrusted to us but also to put them into practice by serving with others on a team?

Link: Join a Team at King's
Isaiah discovered that One moment of encounter with God, that resulted in that One mindset shift, that brought him to the place of declaring his One thing was to be available for the One Mission that God had for him. Paul knew that his One thing was to know God more and to bring as many others as he could find on the journey of discovery with him. This year are we willing to engage on that One Mission experience, that could change the trajectory of our lives. Maybe that One thing, that one mission will be found in one of these expressions:
Both Isaiah and Paul had been called and deployed on mission to reach people who knew nothing of God’s love and grace, who weren’t guaranteed to respond as perhaps expected. Could this year be the year where we make that commitment to a different people group with our support, our regular prayers and finance. Or perhaps help people within our city as we deliver our Foodbank, our work with the marginalised or perhaps our summer mission “Love Aberdeen”.
Paul’s One Mission call took him all over Europe, bringing good news of salvation, serving others and planting churches. Could this year be the year where we make that commitment to go on that One Mission trip to reach people in another nation. Or would we make that commitment to be part of a team that begins the work of planting a fresh church expression in the community of Torry.
Paul’s One Mission was full of stories of one person here and one person there whose eternal destinies were forever changed because of his focus on the One Thing. Could this year be the year where we commit to pray diligently every day for that One Person in our life, that friend, family member, work colleague.