30 Day Challenge

During the Pastors Conference in Rukingiri, Uganda, I led a session on the most important thing a person can do each day.  I challenged Pastors that there was one thing that set the foundation for life and daily living: personal time every day in the word.  I know it works because it changed my life.

At the end of a session, I asked Pastors to read a chapter from Bible every day, journal some thoughts, and pray.  I challenged them to do this for 30 days.  The picture above is of the Pastors who raised their hands and took the challenge.  In the middle of difficult circumstances, these Pastors  are making time every day for the next 30 days to hear from God through his word (the Bible).  Would you?  Maybe you have gotten away from the practice of hearing from God each day.  Maybe it’s time to jump back in.  God has great things he wants to say to us.  Many times, we don’t take the time to hear.

A fantastic way to do daily Bible reading is the Life Journaling method.  It is my lifeblood.

Note: We are meeting with the Pastor’s Discipleship Network staff today.  Tomorrow we head for our second conference.  Thanks for the prayers.  We will keep you updated as much as can.  Real-time updates come through facebook and twitter.

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  1. Hi Scot,
    What a wonderful thing you are doing for these pastors! Totally agree that journaling EVERY DAY is the way to go. Thanks for helping others on a grand scale.
    1 Peter 5:8-11 tells us to “Keep your guard up. You’re not the only ones plunged into these hard times. It’s the same with Christians all over the world. So keep a firm grip on the faith.”
    Praying for your diligence, Mark and Jo Ellen