Here’s Our April One Word Linkup: 3 Things to Do With Your One Word of the Year
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Share Your One Word Update

Link your blog post below about your One Word and share an update about your One Word in the comments.

3 Things to Do with Your One Word of the Year

1. TALK TO SOMEONE

Start a conversation with somebody about your word. See what it means to them. Ask how it works in their life. Share your own thoughts with them.

2. LOOK AT ITS OPPOSITE

Sometimes knowing what our word does NOT mean can help us understand what it does mean. Look up the antonyms of your word this month. Get any insights?

3. SHARE YOUR ART

If you created any artwork or graphics from our 40-day Lent challenge (or anytime), share them with someone in person or with us online. Add them to the linkup below, or in our Facebook group, or tag us on Instagram @onewordcommunity. We want to see!

Thanks again to Lisa Hite for sharing her 40-Day One Word Lenten Challenge with us. She gave us lots of fun ideas to participate with our words!

This One Word linkup will remain open through Saturday night, April 30.

The next One Word linkup will begin Sunday, May 22 (every One Word linkup in 2022 opens on the 22nd).


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16 thoughts on “Here’s Our April One Word Linkup: 3 Things to Do With Your One Word of the Year
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    1. LisaNotes Post author

      I agree that doing a monthly update helps me stay focused on my word and all the many implications of it! Your journey with REST has been helpful to me too, Michele.

  1. Gayl

    I have really been enjoying writing about my one word, hope! The Bible is filled with scriptures on hope and it’s been a blessing to read the scriptures and then respond with a haiku and prayer. It is encouraging to read and share about hope on my blog. Thank you, Lisa, for inspiring us to keep on! Blessings to you!

    1. LisaNotes Post author

      I always need to be reminded me to hope, so I’m glad that you share such beautiful writings about it, Gayl! You’re such an encouragement to me to never give up on what God wants to do in our lives. Thanks for linking up!

  2. Lisa Blair

    Being intentional with a different focus each month has been a good experience for me, Lisa. Thanks for hosting and releasing us into greater measures of growth with our One Word.

    1. LisaNotes Post author

      I love that you’ve chosen a specific focus each month, Lisa. That’s how I like to work with my words, too. Sometimes God will rearrange my original schedule. 🙂 But in the end, he always has much to teach me through my word.

  3. Donna

    Lisa, Love the monthly updates, not only for my own word, but I enjoy reading about everyone else’s word progress. I learn so much by walking along the One Word journey of other members in the group!

    1. LisaNotes Post author

      Glad you’re linking up, Anita! I love the different angles that you have on WAIT. I’m watching it closely because I dislike being in a waiting pattern so much. 🙂

  4. Barb Hegreberg

    Lisa, I appreciate you so much. You are consistent in your blogging, One-Word 2022, and the many other places that you pop up in my online communities. Thank you gor being such a good and faithful servant.

    1. LisaNotes Post author

      I appreciate your encouragement, Barb. I do value consistency so I try to provide it. On the other hand, sometimes I can be too rigid with it when I need to be flexible. 🙂 God’s still working with me on that.

    1. LisaNotes Post author

      I look forward to seeing what you’ll share about Flow each month, Corinne! I agree that reading how others are doing really helps me too. Thanks for contributing.

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