Link all of your One Word blog posts below. Share an update about your One Word in the comments.
Get More Familiar with Your New One Word
In this first month with your new word, ask yourself these questions.
A. WHERE IS MY WORD?
Where have you already seen your word? Where can you put it so you can see it more often?
I am seeing my word HUMAN everywhere—in books I read, in sermons I hear, in shows I watch. I have intentionally inserted it as a daily reminder on my digital calendar.
B. WHAT DOES MY WORD LOOK LIKE?
What does your word look like to you? Take a photo or draw a picture or create a graphic to visualize your word.
Well, we all know what HUMAN looks like. But here’s the graphic I created to catch the blog posts I write this year.
C. WHY THIS WORD?
Why did you choose this word? Write out your answer and/or tell at least one other person. If you haven’t already, print and fill out this simple 2-page worksheet to help clarify your word.
In 2022 I struggled with my humanness. I saw more of my weaknesses, flaws, and vulnerabilities. But instead of fighting against being human, I decided to be more compassionate about it. If humans are indeed made in the image of God, then being human—with all its highs and lows—is a beautiful thing. This is the year I want to explore more fully what it really means to be human.
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This January linkup will remain open for two weeks through Monday, February 6. Each link shared here will also be shared with our One Word Facebook group.
Next month’s linkup will be Thursday, February 23 (every linkup in ’23 will be on the 23rd).
I hope your One Word adventure is off to a good start!
If you chose One Word (or a phrase or a scripture, etc.) this year, why?
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