30 Days of Truth Challenge | Grow Where You’re Planted | Introduction

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In the spirit of all things spring, and in line with the NaBloPoMo theme for April 2011 ~ “Sprout!” ~ this 30 Days of Truth Challenge centers on the theme “Grow Where You’re Planted”. Exploring themes of renewal, second chances, self-improvement, new life, restoration, and many others, this challenge is all about learning from our experiences, recognizing areas in need of change, and celebrating our strengths!
“Even now,” declares the LORD, “return to me with all your heart,
with fasting and weeping and mourning.” Rend your heart and not your garments. Return to the LORD your God, for he is gracious and compassionate, slow to anger and abounding in love,
and he relents from sending calamity.”
Joel 2:12-13 (NIV)
“Therefore if any man be in Christ, he is a new creature:
old things are passed away; behold, all things are become new.”
2 Corinthians 5:17 (KJV)

“Grow Where You’re Planted”
30 Days of Truth Challenge ~ April 2011
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Day 06 ? Talk about your childhood relationship with your father. What was it like? What is it like today? Share a good memory.
Day 07 ? If you could take a class to learn something new, what would it be?
Day 08 ? Is there a relationship in your life today that needs mending? What steps can you take towards reconciliation?
Day 09 ? Talk about someone who impacted your life in a good way. What happened? How did it affect you? How do you feel about it today?
Day 10 ? Talk about your childhood relationship with your mother. What was it like? What is it like today? Share a good memory.
Day 11 ? Talk about someone who impacted your life in a difficult way. What happened? How did it affect you? How do you feel about it today?
Day 12 ? Pretty much everyone in the industrialized world attended school as a child. Talk about your experience.
Day 13 ? Do you come from a close family, or a distant one? Talk about it.
Day 14 ? Oldest? Youngest? Middle child? Only child? Step-siblings? Share your family dynamic.
Day 15 ? What did you want to be or do as a child and teenager? Have any of those dreams come to fruition? How have your dreams and goals changed?
Day 16 ? Holidays bring with them so many emotions. Talk about yours, and share a positive memory.
Day 17 ? Do you have a gift or talent? Talk about it!
Day 18 ? Do you struggle with how you feel about or see yourself? Talk about it, and share something about yourself that you love.
Day 19 ? Who is your best friend? Talk about them!
Day 20 ? Where do/did you see yourself at 20? 25? 30? 40? 50?
Day 21 ? When is your birthday? How do you feel about yours? Share a good memory.
Day 22 ? Some friendships last into adulthood, while others fade. Share your experiences.
Day 23 ? What do you believe? Talk about God, faith, religion, spirituality, etc.
Day 24 ? How do you “give back”? If you don’t, what would inspire you to start?
Day 25 ? Do you want or have children? Talk about it.
Day 26 ? What makes you a person worth knowing? Don’t be bashful *wink*
Day 27 ? Have you ever done or said something you wish you could undo? What happened? How can you make it right today?
Day 28 ? Are you married or with someone? Talk about them.
Day 29 ? Write down 10 good things about yourself, 10 good things about your life, 10 areas for improvement, and 10 goals for the next 30 days. How does each list make you feel?
Day 30 ? Look back over the last 30 days of posts. Which post affected you the most? Talk about it, and share how that writing experience can make your life more fulfilling and useful to others.
Want to take the Challenge yourself? Go for it!! Just copy and paste
the list onto your own blog, choose your start date, and post every day.
Miss a day? Don’t sweat it – just keep going! Please just link back
to my blog if you borrow the list. Thanks!
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