Meet Matt. Meet Anna. They are the heroes of this 21 Day Character Challenge book. You will follow them each day through 21 different life lessons that help to shape their faith. Your goal will be to place yourself in their shoes. You will learn without having to go through these scenarios yourself.
The only thing from this life that you will take with you into eternity is your character. It’s plain and simple. You can build massive wealth, drive a fancy car, have the most amazing husband or wife, but when you leave this world the only thing you take with you is the mental and moral distinctions that make you: you. This is your character.
Everyone should take the 21 Day Character Challenge and see what areas of your life God is ready to expand. See where He is calling you forward. It’s a wild ride, but well worth the journey!
Some of the chapter titles include:
* Treat Everyone Like A Ten
* Prayer: God’s Building Blocks
* Sticks And Stones And Words
* The Fruit Of The Spirit
* See What Happens When I Blend This Goldfish
* Miracle Stories
* God Loves A Cheerful Giver
* Better Together
There are many different ways to use this book:
* Self-study, as your personal daily devotional and Bible reading plan
* Small group curriculum
* Sunday school curriculum
* Men’s group study
* Women’s group study
* College group discussions
* Youth group curriculum
* Pre-marriage and marital study
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If you are looking for a devotional to truly challenge the way you respond to and look at the things around you, I highly encourage the 21 Day Character Challenge. It has truly made me consider my character and the way I treat others, and it has challenged me to let my life shine even brighter.
A great way to start your day off thinking. There is a challenge to put into place from what I’ve read for that day. An easy read, with great examples of how to use the lessons learned. Highly recommend. I plan to use this as a base to keep my character in check. Could be read again and again.
Just finished reading this and I found it to be a fantastic addition to my book arsenal. I enjoyed walking with Matt & Anna and found many things I could relate to in my own life. I really *loved* the analogies….what I didn’t love as much (haha) were the areas where I was personally challenged (thanks for stepping on my toes!). My favorite part of each day’s reading was the prayer. I enjoyed how this book pulls in material and quotes from some great authors and theologians. As a leader in recovery ministry, I’m definitely flagging some of the material to use (with credit of course!) in my groups. Also – I think it will be a great tool to hand off to participants who are entering the “character defect” portion of recovery. Thanks, Micah, for a wonderful resource!