The ‘One Month to Live’ Challenge is coming to Elk City
February 17, 2010
Planning for this challenge has been ongoing for several months with excitement rising within not only Elk City, but Western Oklahoma. “This is a 15-hour investment over 30 days that can change your life,” said Jeff McDowell.
‘Nightline’ Producer visits ‘One Month’ Event Kickoff
February 1, 2010
Burbank, segment producer for ABC News Nightline, was at the Hopkins County Regional Civic Center for the kickoff service of the "One Month to Live Challenge" - the largest of its kind in the nation.
Texas Churches Unite for ‘One Month to Live’ Campaign
Charisma News Online
January 28, 2010
During the One Month to Live challenge, which kicks off Sunday, members of more than 35 churches from diverse denominations will aim to focus their actions around the things they value most.
Churches Take ‘One Month to Live’ Challenge; ABC's Nightline to Follow Three Local Families
January 16, 2010
Nightline will be on hand when the challenge kicks off on Jan. 31, and will chronicle three local families as they participate in the six-week life-changing program.
Thousands of East Texas Residents Pretend They Have Only 30 Days to Live
January 7, 2010
On January 31st, 4,000+ East Texas residents will start the "One Month to Live" challenge which encourages people to start living their lives as if they only have 30 days left on earth.
Over 35 area churches and organizations are participating in the challenge from Sulphur Springs and surrounding towns (located 80 miles east of Dallas) making it the largest and first regional challenge of its kind in the US since the program's launch.
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March 31, 2009
"The whole town of Clinton, Okla. has challenged themselves to live one month as if it were their last. Jim Axelrod reports."
Church initiative in Clinton brings community together
February 28, 2009
…Mitchell, 59, is minister of education at First Baptist Church of Clinton and coordinator of the One Month effort. He said every two years, the alliance chooses a challenge or initiative to bring churches together.
The upcoming challenge comes at a time of economic uncertainty when more people may be questioning the way they have lived their lives. Also, Mitchell said that because the effort is during the weeks leading up to Easter Sunday means many people will be in a reflective and prayerful mindset.
“I believe it’s not by accident that God has us studying this,” he said. “We have to be brought back intentionally to God and focus on Him…”