Welcome! This is the landing page for my 2015 Write 31 Days series: 31 Stories of God’s Grace. Click Here to learn more about why I choose this topic for this year’s series.
Write 31 Days challenges writers to write every day during the month of October. Last year, I participated for the first time and never imagined the ways this challenge would bless me. I met so many wonderful women and men and was blessed to share my family’s journey of mental illness: Being a Daughter: 31 Days of Mental Illness
This year I will be sharing 31 Stories of God’s grace; stories that will range from sad to happy and everything in between. They will be stories from my own life as well as stories from friends. It is my hope and prayer that these stories will not leave you were they found you but rather will bless you because my friends, there is always enough!
“But our God is in the business of transforming ordinary things into holy things, scraps of food into feasts and empty purification vessels into fountains of fine wine. This good God knows his way around the world, so there’s no need to fear, no need to withhold, no need to stake a claim. There’s always enough—just taste and see. There’s always and ever enough. (Searching for Sunday, Rachel Held Evans, P. 157).”
I will be linking up each post below:
Day One: 31 Stories of God’s Grace (An Introduction)
Day Two: A John Deer Tractor, A Wheelrake, My Dad and A Whole Lotta Grace!
Day Three: God’s Grace is Always and Ever Enough!
Day Four: “Your Grace Finds Me”
Day Five: There in A Baby’s Cry
Day Six: He Still Sings
Day Seven: Forgiveness as a Gift of Grace
Day Eight: The Most Gracious Athletes I’ve Ever Met!
Day Nine: Trusting in God’s Grace
Day Ten: Carried This Far By Grace (A Guest Post)
Day Eleven: A Grace Song
Day Twelve: The Worst Interview in the World
Day Thirteen: Aging with Grace
Day Fourteen: More Guts to Stick with It
Day Fifteen: Grace Like Rain
Day Sixteen: My Favorite Color, Greenville and God’s Grace
Day Seventeen: The Sweetest Thing (A Guest Post)
Day Eighteen: Some Sunday Grace
Day Nineteen: Shining the Light from Within
Day Twenty: Breaking Promises
Day Twenty One: Katy Perry and Grace
Day Twenty Two: Sometimes Grace is Pain
Day Twenty Three: Joy Comes With The Morning
Day Twenty Four: Extending Grace in Unusual Ways
Day Twenty Five: A Little Amazing Grace
Day Twenty Six: Where is God’s Grace?
Day Twenty Seven: My Not So Grace-Filled Life
Day Twenty-Eight: Grace and Morning Calamities
Day Twenty-Nine: The Unlikely Suspects
Day Thirty: You’re Just Going To Have To Give Me Grace!!
Day Thirty-One: What 31 Stories of God’s Grace Have Taught Me
Thank you so much for joining me for each of these 31 Stories of God’s Grace!
Wow, you took mental illness as your theme last year! I am going to write my 31 days on mental health (and illness) too. When I participated in the #AtoZChallenge last April, I had a pretty unique theme (autism), but now I see may people choose similar themes to mine. That's so great! Your theme for this year is amazing too. I look forward to following you.
This is all new to me. I hadn't heard of the 31 day challenge until today. Sounds like a wonderful way to share God's work in each and every blogger's life – bringing Him abundant Glory.
So excited for this, friend!
Great topic, Tara! I look forward to reading all 31 of those stories.
Grace is something we all need to be reminded of. I can't wait to read more of your series.
Thank you for sharing your series of God's Grace…I will be reading and gleaning all I can from your posts! I love the line you quoted: "There is always and every enough"…