It Isn’t All or Nothing

  You’ve likely heard the stats – or like me, lived them. Millions of Americans make New Year’s Resolutions, but less than 10% succeed with the changes they are trying to...

A Journaling Example

We love hearing how people are practicing journaling in their My One Word journey.  We received the photo and note below from Martha Myers. Perhaps her method will give you some ideas for writing...

What to fixate on

    What do you believe about your ability to change, with regards to your one word?   Can you really do it?   What do you believe about your ability to change with regards to GOD...

Adjectives and Goals

Is there a goal you have set in conjunction with your one word? Setting goals is good practice. Goals help keep us moving forward – trying to walk out what we believe we’re meant to...

How Well Do You Multi-task?

Have you noticed there’s a popular fascination with whether women or men are better at multitasking? One of the reasons the who-mutitasks-better question keeps popping up is our culture...

TRACIE MILES and SELFLESS

Today I’ve asked my friend Tracie Miles to share her one word for 2013 with us, because she chose such a challenging word! Tracie is a women’s speaker and the author of Stressed-less...

The SHAPE of love

  According to the calendar (not to mention Hallmark), February is the month of love. It’s a time to focus on relationships – and buy candy and cards. So when Valentine’s...

NEWSONG CHURCH & MY ONE WORD

Danny Rogers is the Lead Pastor Lead Pastor at New Song Church (www.newsongchurch.tv) in New Bern, NC.  He has led his church through My One Word and we are thrilled for him to share his...

Rachel Olsen: FIRST

  It took me longer than usual to choose my one word this year. Sometimes I know my next word by early December; often by early January.  But this time it was late January before I got it. And I...

An UNFAIR one word

Your one word may be highly idiosyncratic – it may only make sense to you and to God. That was the case with my brother Brian’s one word for this year. (Yes, Brian is the beach...