Christian decision making is a topic that generates a lot of interest from believers, and rightly so. Here is one of the better posts on this subject I have read. Think carefully about this one.
In our culture we expect to make our own decisions. But decision-making must have a communal dimension.
First, we need the community to make good decisions. God does not have a specific will for our life that we have to somehow discover. The Bible speaks of God’s sovereign will (all things are under his control, good and bad) and his moral will (the revealed way of life to which he calls us all). Sometimes God guides in specific ways, but more often we make decisions with the wisdom that comes from fearing of the Lord and with our priorities set on God’s kingdom. The problem is we often find reasons for doing what we want to do. We need one another to help us see when our reasoning is corrupted by our sinful hearts.
Second, we should involve the Christian community in decision-making to the extent that our decisions affect the community. . .
The rest here.