Friday Challenges – February 2023

Posted on February 1, 2023
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Week #10 (February 24) – Absolute Sustainability!  An hour a day.  Click on the Adoration image below for the live feed.

Week #9 (February 17) – Take inventory of your seed supply, place your seed orders now if not done so already, and prep your garden tools. Additionally, attend the important Zoom meeting on Water/Air/Soil issues today at 4pm (PT).

Week #8 (February 10) – Pray the Surrender Novena. Find it here >

Week #7 (February 3) – Choose one day during this next week and go without texting. In place of teaxting, make 3 phone calls. One to someone with 20 mile radius of your home, second to someone in your region who you don’t know very well and a 3rd someone in a different region who you don’t know very well.  The people you call can’t use that as one of their calls. Everyone has to initiate their own calls. You can accept only one call from each of the three categories, otherwise everyone would be calling Mick, and her family might not appreciate it.  Let the talking commence.

Super Challenge – Starts today and goes until Easter. Spend at least an hour every day in adoration. How do you do this you may ask with so many things to do? Tune in to a perpetual adoration and have it on while making supper, getting kids ready for school, washing dishes, etc. you don’t have to sit there. When the lockdowns first began I found IMO the most beautiful and had it on our tv for hours at a time. Incredible. Peaceful. comforting.

Adoration Link >

Super Duper Challenge – Continue the physical fitness challenge for the rest of the year.


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