Join me for the next thirty-one days as I join other bloggers around the world for the #Write31Days challenge of October 2017. This is my fourth year to participate in the challenge.
In 2014, I wrote on 31 days of Living
In 2015, I wrote on 31 days to Discipline
In 2016, I wrote on 31 Days of Learning to Trust
This year my focus has been on personal growth. Webster’s Dictionary reports that the word growth was first known to be used in 1557, over 450 years later, this word is still relevant. My focus shall be on the first definition of the word:
As I have the last two years, I asked a friend for help with the prompts. She has given me 31 days of prompts for this challenge for me to write about the journey I have had this year. From Biblical truths to life lessons, this year has been one of intentional growth. As John Maxwell says: “Change is inevitable. Growth is optional.”
This will be a single launching page that will contain links to all 31 days. As I blog, I will change the prompt to reflect the title of the writing for that day. I hope you will journey with me, and if you like blog with me, as I commit to writing these next 31 days about growth.
Day 1: Growth is a Choice
Day 2: Grow Like Christ
Day 3: Grown-up Thinking
Day 4: Increase of Fruits
Day 5: Growing in Maturity
Day 6: Grow in Grace and Knowledge
Day 7: Growing as I Learn
Day 8: Growing Towards Completion
Day 9: Growing in Perfection
Day 10: Growing in Salvation
Day 11: Purposefully Growing
Day 12: Growing roots
Day 13: Growing Endurance
Day 14: Growing Character
Day 15: Growing Questions
Day 16: Growing Faith
Day 17: Growing Patience
Day 18: Abiding Growth
Day 19: Growing Peace
Day 20: Growing in His Image
Day 21: Growing in Discipline
Day 22: Growing in Works
Day 23: Growing Fruit
Day 24: Growing Service
Day 25: Growing Confidence in Prayer
Day 26: Growth through Rejection
Day 27: Supernatural Growth
Day 28: Grow Where You’re Planted
Day 29: Growing Godliness
Day 30: Growing Strong
Day 31: Growing Community
31 Days is an online writing challenge started by home blogger, Myquillyn Smith (The Nester), and now hosted by Crystal Stine, where bloggers pick one topic and write a post on that topic every day in October. We all link up just once on day one (opens on October 1st) so that we can see all the topics and read the ones that most interest us. The link will stay open through October 5th for late comers but will be closed after that.
As a writer, 31 Days challenges you to go deeper into one topic.
As a reader, 31 Days will most likely have a few topics that you are curious about, it’s a great time to get to know some new bloggers.