33 Weeks of Ordinary
Do you ever wish you were more?
Do you ever wish you had the extraordinary gifts that you see in others?
What if ordinary is the way you were created to be?
“Ordinary has gotten a bad rap. No one wants to be ordinary. Ordinary is boring and mundane. Yet ordinary is where our gifts lie. In fact, our gifts are so much a part of our ordinary that they seem normal to us— nothing special. The reality is the more we are ourselves and embrace the way we are created, the more we use our gifts. And the more we use our gifts, the more likely we will feel fulfilled and offer something to the world. Being extraordinary means we are using extra of our ordinary.”—From the Introduction
Brian Madvig offers thirty-three stories about growing up, being a parent, losing loved ones, questioning what you believe, finding yourself anew—the commonplace and wondrous moments of life. From humorous encounters to grief-filled days, from the frustrations of living in an imperfect world to the simple pleasures of the everyday, you’re sure to recognize yourself and your own ordinary moments. But while you read, you’ll also come to see these familiar experiences in a new light. You’re invited to read, savor, and share these stories with others seeking the extra in the ordinary.
NEW! Listen to Brian read “Daddy, Down” from 33 Weeks of Ordinary.
NEW! Listen to Brian read “The Assignment” from 33 Weeks of Ordinary.
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