Thirty Days To Greater Fruitfulness: Week One

This blog has been temporarily overtaken by my Thirty Days To Greater Fruitfulness Challenge.  You can find out more by checking out the Introduction.

The following posts were from the first week of our Thirty Days To Greater Fruitfulness Challenge:

Day 1 Distractions and Peace

Day 2 The Cost of Disobedience

Day 3 Strengthened To Obey

Day 4 Confusion

Day 5 Answers, Dialogue, and Faith

Day 6 The First Signs of Fruit

Day 7 Avoiding Busyness

Join us on the “Thirty Days to Greater Fruitfulness” experiment.  For the rest of September we are spending 30 minutes in silent prayer listening to Jesus and then acting on what He asks us to do.  Then we blog about the changes that are occurring in our lives through the marriage of listening and obedience.  It’s not too late.  If you’re just checking out that experiment feel free to jump in.  And if you want more information, you can check it out here.

Photo Credit: Calendar by Adreanna Moyer Photography

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About traviskolder

Travis Kolder is a follower of Jesus, a husband, a father of five, an organic church planter, and a writer. He lives in Cedar Rapids, Iowa, where he serves as part of the Cedar Rapids House Church Network.

3 responses to “Thirty Days To Greater Fruitfulness: Week One”

  1. Michelle says :

    I really needed to hear this, thanks for writing Travis.

    • traviskolder says :

      Hey Michelle…thanks for reading! I’m glad me being honest about learning to obey is helping somebody! It’s funny…as I wrote this all those conversations we would have back in the day about hearing the voice of the Lord were actually in my head. Guess we never get to old or too advanced for the basics, huh?

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