Hello, October! Friend, I’m taking part in the annual Write 31 Days challenge again this October. That means I’ve set a goal to bring new content to this blog every, single day the entire month long! Who’s excited?
You may remember the series I wrote last year, 31 Days of Missional Living. I wrote most days last October about loving our neighbors, families, communities, and world like Jesus loves. This year, I hope to write all the days of October!
Welcome to my series for 2017, sweet friends. I introduce:
Friends, I am thrilled to announce that I am going to be sharing a video interview with a real woman in my life each day. I will sit down with her and invite her to share her heart with you about an honest topic that we hope will encourage real-life women.
That’s 31 real women.
31 real seasons of life.
31 real stories.
31 real topics.
31 real videos.
31 real days.
To encourage real women just like YOU.
Friend, we want you to sit down with us and share a cup of coffee or tea. We want to look into your beating heart in the midst of your busy life to encourage you in the most honest way.
Sisters, these women have poured their hearts out for YOU.
From topics like: losing a parent to preparing children to leave the nest to missions in Africa to marrying again to being a single mom to homeschooling to balancing ministry and motherhood to anxiety to adoption, you won’t want to miss a single interview from 31 of the most courageous women I know!
Sisters, will you take my hand and share this journey?
Honestly, I think we may need some tissues because some days we’re going to shed tears of joy and some days we’re going to laugh until we cry!
Join me on this page each day to see all of the videos as they’re added or join me on the homepage to see the current day’s post as my featured blog post. I don’t want you to miss a minute.
May your heart be encouraged by women who live authentically in the midst of the beautiful, messy, real-life story. Each one? She brings you the gift of her story.
I’ll see you back here each day in October.
From my story to yours,