Thrive. Webster defines it three ways:
1. to grow vigorously
2. to gain in wealth or possessions
3. to progress toward or realize a goal despite or because of circumstances
For the next 31 days, I’m going to talk about how to thrive in day-to-day life. I’m not an expert at this. In fact, most days I struggle to make any progress. Nothing is planned out in this series, although I do have some thoughts on what I’d like to share. I might cover some practical issues, you’ll definitely find some soul-bearing thoughts, and above all else, I hope that the words I share will point you to Jesus.
Day 3: I’m Not a Professional Thriver
Day 4: Digging Deep
Day 5: Practical Tips for Digging Deep
Day 6: Need of Jesus, a Sunday Prayer
Day 7: Weeds in My Soul
Day 8: Make an Autumn Wreath
Day 9: Sometimes the Good has to Go
Day 10: A Predictable Routine
Day 11: Thriving with a Newborn: Sleeping through the Night
Day 12: Suggested Readings
Day 13: The Newness of God
Day 14: Sometimes We Need Courage
Day 15: Maybe it’s my Attitude
Day 16: It’s Not Always Pretty
Day 17: Resist or Yield?
Day 18: I Need Others in Order to Thrive
Day 19: Make Your Bed
Day 20: Meditate on Truth
Day 21: Afternoon Unplugging
Day 22: Praise for 30 days with me?
Day 23 & 24: Social Media & How it can Affect our Ability to Thrive
Day 25: Does it Help?
Day 26: Bake Something with Pumpkin
Day 27: Prayer for a Full Life
Day 28: When you just want it to be normal
Day 29: You have to close your eyes to really see
Day 30: Productive or Fruitful?
Day 31: The Conclusion: Carrots and Trust
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