31-Day Word Challenge: Hope

Happy July!

challengeFriday is not a usual posting day for us here but as it is the start of a new month, we will be. Why? Our 31-Day Word Challenge that’s why! We are kicking this off today, Canada Day, with a special word: Hope.

Subscribers received their copy of KB Life, our monthly newsletter, where the Summer Word Challenge was announced and described. It is not a weight loss challenge but a spiritual, mental and heart engagement and building challenge.

Hope Is The Challenge

This blog has always had as its focus being “Always Inspiring, Insightful and In-depth.” A large part of that commitment is to grow our in practical ways. We will be doing that through July with this Challenge. Each day, you will be updated of the Word – today’s being Hope. What you are invited to do is to live that word in every way possible throughout the day. The Word will be sent through Weekday Wisdom© the night before, starting tonight. So do make sure to sign-up to receive that daily motivational email.

We will also post articles throughout the month in support of this theme – Living The Word. As well, we will post a quote to support and give you some ideas about the “Word” of the day. Regarding the word hope, here is the quote for July 1:

Hope is a good breakfast but a bad supper. Francis Bacon

Living The Word

challengeWhat does that mean to you? Ponder it and share your thoughts with me in the comment section below.  Also, jot down your thoughts and examples of how you lived hope throughout the day. It would be very nice to also read about your day on my Facebook page. So do come visit, like the page and post pictures, leave comments and share your thoughts.

READ  Promise To Encourage Yourself Today

I do hope you enjoy this Challenge. We are looking forward to these 31-Days and to the hope that you will be living today!


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16 thoughts on “31-Day Word Challenge: Hope

  1. A great reminder to everyone! Keep the HOPE & FAITH to the Lord and everything will fall into right places.

    1. Ms Claudette

      Indeed it is Ayesha. 🙂

  2. I love that HOPE is the word! I’m in a bad place right now, and your post reminds me that there is indeed hope out there in the world.
    Jennifer Corter recently posted…5 More Reasons My Kid Is Going To Get Me ArrestedMy Profile

    1. Ms Claudette

      There indeed is Jennifer so do please keep the faith as you “grow” through whatever is going on with you right now. This too shall pass. 🙂

  3. Hope for me is the first stage that develops to faith.

    1. Ms Claudette

      That’s a great way to look at it! 🙂 Thanks for sharing that.

  4. Hope is the whisper in your ear telling you to keep going when things get tough. Sometimes, you aren’t able to ‘hear’ this type of encouragement, but it’s always there.
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    1. Ms Claudette

      Very insightful Yona, very insightful! Thanks so much for sharing! 🙂

  5. Nicole Escat

    Hope is everything! I am hopeful with a lot of things, with my spiritual life, my career, my family and my relationship with everyone.

    1. Ms Claudette

      That’s the spirit Nicole! 🙂

  6. Elizabeth O.

    Hope is such a beautiful word, isn’t it? It’s like the thought of a new day or a new chance at life. It will always be one of my favorites! I love that you chose this word to start the month, because a new beginning is always full of hope.

    1. Ms Claudette

      So very true Elizabeth! I am glad you agree that it is a most appropriate word to start this journey. 🙂

  7. The word HOPE means to me, that there is and always will be hope.

    1. Ms Claudette

      Seriously! There always is and forever will be! Thanks for that Linda!

  8. I do not know the Word, as the Bible was not part of my growing up studies. I have been all over the place with what i believe about the bible but I have come to see much wisdom in it.
    Carol Cassara recently posted…The day’s giftsMy Profile

    1. Ms Claudette

      Word here is not used in the biblical sense at all Carol. 🙂 It is actually about “words” and how we can bring them to life. 🙂

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