This month I’m participating in the #Write31Days Challenge. Hundreds of people from all over are accepting the challenge to write about one topic everyday in the month of October. There are a ton of topics, so go on over and peruse to find a few that you want to follow the whole way through (and don’t forget to leave comments– we all need encouragement to keep on writing!!).
So, that being said, this month I’m writing about spiritual formation, i.e. how the soul is molded and shaped. We spend hundreds of dollars every year caring for our physical bodies. We know that we need to eat real food and exercise often. We know how to take care of our skin, nails, and hair. We even go to the doctor for checkups when we’re feeling good, and for remedies when we’re feeling sick.
But how do we take care of our soul? How is our soul shaped? What’s good for our soul? What’s bad for our soul? How are we wired and how does that affect our soul? What happens to our soul when we go through times of shifting faith? What resources are available to us if we want to be more intentional in caring for our soul?
These are the kinds of questions I hope to be working through this month. I’m no expert, but spiritual formation is a topic that is incredibly fascinating to me. I’d be happy for you to come along for the ride, and also to share your insights and opinions each day! It’ll help me to keep on writing. 🙂
Day 1: 31 Days of Soul Shaping
Day 2: What is Spiritual Formation?
Day 3: Sleep is Sacred
Day 4: Sabbathing
Day 5: Pray as You Go
Day 6: Ordinary Days
Day 7: Rule of Life, Part 1
Day 8: Rule of Life, Part 2
Day 11: Margin
Day 12: The Sacred Ordinary Days Planner
Day 13: The Hard Days Shape Our Soul Too
Day 14: Scripture
Day 15: The Songs that Shape Us
Day 16: Practicing Authentic Gratitude
Day 17: Sacred Spaces
Day 20: The Beginning of My Doubt
Day 21: The Turning Point
Day 22: Questions Aren’t Just for Kids
Day 23: The Enneagram
Day 24: Keep Our Eyes on Jesus
Day 25: Book Review: Out of Sorts
Day 26: Money
Day 27: October Loves
Day 29: Why Paid Work Matters