Gratitude Challenge + $205.31 Giveaway

It’s that time of year again … time for our 30 Days of Gratitude Challenge to get ready for the holidays and focus on gratitude with our family. I don’t know about you, but a thankful attitude can completely change my perspective, especially during trials.

I can’t wait to introduce you to some incredible bloggers that will offer helps & resources to grow gratitude and thanksgiving in your family. Our 22 Days of Thanks series begins on November 1. Every week day in November, you’ll be encouraged in ways to be grateful. Sign up below and we’ll send our free Gratitude Challenge printable.

What’s the 30 Days of Gratitude Challenge?

Before I share the challenge, let’s back up to the reason we focus on gratitude.

I remember a time that I felt like my life was falling apart. Everything was going wrong . . . or so I thought. I knew I had to get control of those audio reels in my head; the ones from the enemy.

So, I grabbed a piece of paper and sat down at the kitchen table. I started writing anything and every thing I could thank God for. Consider these verses to teach your kids that God wants them to have a spirit of gratitude. Before you know it, I was writing down who God is to me, His steadfast character qualities. In less than 5 minutes, my attitude changed from self-pity to thanking God for so many things.

Before you start the 30 Days of Gratitude Challenge as a family or individually, choose a Bible verse to memorize during the month of November. Practice it each day at a meal. Tie your new memorization habit to a habit you already do, such as eating a meal.

God’s Word tells us we should have a spirit of thankfulness. Thus, it is God’s will for us to show gratitude and teach our kids things to be thankful.

Show your kids that focusing on giving thanks, moves their “entitled-me” attitude from themselves to God. Taking our 30 Days of Gratitude Challenge is a daily reminder to give God thanks and focus on Jesus.

How to Use the 30 Days of Gratitude Challenge with Kids

When you sign up below, you’ll receive our simple 30 Day Gratitude Challenge Printable. Each person in your family should have their own printable. Choose a time each day to let your kids write what they are thankful for that day. I suggest meal time because eating a meal is already a habit in your family. There is enough space on the printable to let your kids write what they are thankful for that day.

Younger kids can use the printable with prompts for each day. Even preschoolers can take on the challenge with the thank you prompts on the printable. The prompts are super simple to help you focus on thankfulness this year.

For, older kids and parents, I suggest writing at least 3 things you are thankful for each day. Once you sign up, you’ll receive an email with specific ideas for older kids.

When you sign up below, you’ll get daily updates throughout November with great ideas to help you teach gratitude to your kids. For now, take the 30 Day Gratitude Challenge and get your free printables below.

You’ll also receive our 22 Days of Thanks blog posts . . . weekday posts throughout November to encourage gratitude.

Some days we will offer free resources … all centered on giving thanks in your family or to celebrate the Thanksgiving holiday. If you want to know when we have free resources, be sure to sign upabove. It will be included in the daily email.

Grand Prize Giveaway $205.31

Be sure to enter our Grand Prize Giveaway ($205.31) and say thank you to our awesome sponsors for making 22 Days of Thanks possible. How can you say thank you?

Take a few moments and enter the giveaway with all the options on the form below.

I know there are lots of entries, but our sponsors spent their time and money to make this giveaway possible for you. So, take the time to enter each option listed. Besides, you’ll have a better chance of winning when you use all the entry options.