31 days of Learning to Listen


Grab a coffee and see what's new. Click any day's link to join the conversation.I planned to write about learning to listen this month. I imagined one post a week would get me back up to speed with blogging after investing a good part of this year in a big project with my church family.

A couple of days ago, however, I stumbled across a game-changer. It was a challenge from another blogger {the nester} to write one thing every day about one topic for thirty-one days straight. While that’s a mighty big challenge, it was perfect since I really want to become a good listener.

So, do we have a daily coffee-break date then

To find my Fresh Start on the 31 days of Learning to Listen
come on over here to start over with me:
Listen: Living a Life that Matters

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Here are the first four posts—my warm up—for 31 days of Learning to Listen, where I posted devotional stories.

Note: I started over when I clicked on blog #463—on the listing of all the ’31 Days of…” blogs.
Read about that {here.}

Grab a cup of coffee, maybe some tea and enjoy them.

Learning to Listen Story #1 : “The Mystery Party”

Learning to Listen Story #2 : “Leave Her Alone”

Learning to Listen Story #3: “Breaker, Breaker, One-Nine”

Learning to Listen Story #4 : “Gator in the Granny Lane”

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10 Comments Add yours

  1. Barbie says:

    Thankful to have found your blog through the Nester’s link up! I am blogging about “31 Days of Coffee Talk With Jesus”. I hope you will visit!

    1. Why, Barbie, I sure will. Thanks for stopping by and saying Hi!

  2. Donna says:

    Glad to have found you through Nester’s link up. I’m looking forward to what you have to share. I am blogging about “I Wear Pink”. Please stop by.

    1. I’m coming over right now! Thanks for stopping by, Donna.

  3. This sounds like an awesome series. I long to listen — to hear. Can’t wait for your words.

    1. Thanks for stopping by Alene.

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