One participant shared a phrase from This Ordinary Adventure that has become her new motto: “Listen. Believe. Go. See Christ there. Repeat ad infinitum.” My hope is that the Amazing Days challenge was one small way to get people moving on that track, and that it won’t stop with October; it continues ad infinitum.
Here on our Patheos blog Adam shared some thoughts on the experience.
For the 31 Amazing Days Challenge in October, hundreds of people tried to notice what was amazing in their lives already and tried to live more Amazing Days, ending on Halloween (and our daughter’s totally amazing costume you see here).
So here we are in November, on the other side of this intense season of intentional Amazing Days. More than ever, I am convinced that everybody is wired for greatness but needs an excuse to live in light of that, a life that is better today than the one they were living yesterday.
If you’ve enjoyed 31 Amazing Days (and this blog, the community that is gathering), please get our book (This Ordinary Adventure: Settling Down Without Settling) and write a review on Amazon here. It prompts deep and important conversations when read with friends or a group from church. We’re available to come speak to your church, campus, or retreat. We have loved this process, but we still need to put food on the table!
Read more here about what this Amazing Days this is all about.