A Better Way

Our natural approach to change is to simply promise to be different. So we make lists of the things we want to change and we make corresponding promises. The promise approach does the opposite of...

Still Need help choosing your ONE word?

Are you still looking for help with your word? Not only can you check out myoneword.bonfirela.com but you can take a listen to this radio link with Pastor Mike and Bill Arnold from Faith Radio....

FINISH 2018 WELL!

Finishing well requires making time. If we are going to put a bow on 2018, we are going to have to make some time to do it. We will culminate this year with a personal retreat. We invite you to...

MERRY CHRISTMAS

The season of Christmas is when we celebrate the reality that God came near.  The God who made us became flesh.  He drew near to us that we may draw near to Him.  Here is a short message from...

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...