Day 1 – What’s Your Goal?

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Today’s Scripture Reflection

“The plans of the diligent lead to profit as surely as haste leads to poverty.” ~ Proverbs 21:5 NIV

What's Your Goal?

Are you a goal-setter or a goal-getter? Goal-setters just keep making goals but never actually achieve them. Goal-getters keep going after their goal until they accomplish it.

Your goal should be S.M.A.R.T. Specific, Measurable, Attainable, Realistic, and Attainable (see 5: Mistakes People Make When Setting Goals).

Your challenge for today is to write out what you would like to accomplish in the next 21 days. Choose one of these 3 areas:

1.  Exercise everyday for at least 15 minutes
No eating after 7:00 pm or ??
3.  Track your daily intake using Myfitnesspal

If you’re already successful in one of these areas, feel free to choose your own.

After prayerful thought, post your 21 day goal in the group, as well as, what you would like to weigh in 6 months.

Be sure to study the theme scripture for today ( Proverbs 21:5). What is the Holy Spirit telling you?


It Changed My Life

“The 21 day challenge changed my life. I have suffered the from sin of overeating and yo-yo dieting for years. I am an otherwise active and outgoing person but no one who knows me would ever suspect my constant struggle with food. Through this challenge I learned to break through the chains that were holding… Read more “It Changed My Life”

Lauri Williamson

The 21 Day Challenge Really Challenged My Thinking

“I have been gaining weight or maintaining for 9 months, and I was getting anxious and frustrated. I took the 21 day challenge, and so many things resonated with me. The challenge really challenged my thinking. I made commitments, and with God’s help have kept them. I lost 6 pounds, it’s not a huge amount,… Read more “The 21 Day Challenge Really Challenged My Thinking”

Debra Davis


Share your 21-day goal and your 6-month goal in the group or with an accountability partner.

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