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31 Minutes

for Peace Challenge

For 31 Days

Enough time to break old habits and start new ones.  Start at the beginning of a month or whenever works best for you.

Take 31 Minutes

Set aside your work, worries and devices.  Find a quiet place where you can take the time for an experience.

For Peace

Meditation, prayer, devotion, quiet time, reading, reflection, walking in nature, whatever brings you deeper into peace.

Ask a Friend or Group to Join You!

#31MinsForPeaceChallenge

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The Half-Hour Sabbath

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