After writing for 31 consecutive days in October, I took a short break last week. When I agreed to participate in the Write 31 Days challenge, I wasn’t even sure it would be possible! I had big doubts about my own ability to follow through with what I committed to. But God is faithful. We don’t have to worry about our own inadequacies because He is all-sufficient.
Some days were hard. There were so many times when I couldn’t make the words come out right. And there were a lot of times when too many words came out and I couldn’t stop the flow! I had technical difficulties. I made mistakes. I stayed up too late to finish writing. I leaned on my family to pick up my slack in some areas around the house. But by the grace of God, I did it!
I learned so much while preparing these 31 days of posts for you. The whole project was totally worth it even if I was the only one who read it. Writing it all down really helped me to solidify my thinking in several areas. Looking up verses and quotes and checking facts brought so many new thoughts to mind that I hadn’t had before.
I know this 31 Days to Unshakable Faith was a blessing to me. I hope it was also a blessing to you. Throughout the month, I prayed for those reading my words. I asked God to strengthen your faith and make it unshakable.
As I said at the outset, these posts are part of the content of the book I am currently writing. One of the great things about blogging versus book writing is the interaction between author and reader. A big reason I have chosen to blog part of my book is to give you a chance to share your inputs and feedback with me. We can collaborate together to make this book an encouragement and inspiration to as many people as possible.
I have a short survey about 31 Days to Unshakable Faith and I would be blessed if you would take a minute or two to share your feedback with me. Reading all 31 days of posts is NOT a prerequisite for taking the survey. Even if you only read one or two posts, I would still really value your feedback. The survey is anonymous and all questions are optional. I know your time is precious and I appreciate your help. Thank you so much for your willingness to invest into refining this content to make it more beneficial to those who will read it in the future.
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Elizabeth is a military spouse, veteran, and mother of eight. Above and beyond caring for her family, her mission is to offer words that sustain weary moms and to empower and equip them to live and parent with purpose.