The 21 in 21 Challenge

As we begin the new 2021-2022 school year, students, faculty and staff will spend time with God by joining our 21-Day Challenge beginning September 27 following Fall Week of Prayer. 

What would happen if you decided to spend 21 minutes of devoted time with God for 21 days? As we begin the new 2021-2022 school year, students, faculty and staff will spend time with God by joining our 21-Day Challenge beginning September 27. This page will show you how to get started, where to get resources and how to invite your friends to join you! Use the #SAU21in21 to see how others are spending their 21 minutes each day!

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“You will seek me and find me, when you seek me with all your heart.” Jeremiah 29:13 ESV

Student reading the Bible7 Minutes in the Word

Learn what God wants to say to you by reading Scripture. Use a Bible translation you can understand such as the NLT or ESV. Start in Psalms, one of the gospels (Matthew, Mark, Luke, John), or Philippians. Begin by reading only 10-15 texts at a time, several times over.

Bible Reading Plan
Hands with pen and paper7 Minutes Reflecting on the Word

For a deeper dive into the Bible, take note of things that stand out to you within the passage you are reading and any questions you have. Then, ask yourself: “What does this tell me about God, and about myself?” “How does this intersect with my life?” Write these things in a journal or notebook.

Bible Journaling Guide
Man with hands folded in prayer7 Minutes in Prayer

Continue your reflective journaling by talking to God about your hopes, dreams, and concerns. Writing your prayers may help you stay focused. Praise God for who He is. Give thanks for what He is doing in your life. Confess what the Holy Spirit convicts you to give up. And ask God for what you need.

Prayer Prompts
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Accept the Challenge

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