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6 Steps to Establish Your Bible Reading Routine (And Stick With It!)

The last two weeks, my posts have been on essential elements of Bible reading: knowing the difference between study and devotional reading (and why you need both) and finding a reading guide that works for you.   All those things are great, but honestly, the hardest part of Bible reading is just doing it and doing it consistently. How can …

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Christian Life, Spiritual Disciplines

How to Read the Bible: Reading Plans, Devotionals, and Prayer Books

Last week’s post focused on the two main ways that we read the Bible: for study and for devotion. We pointed out that both are important. Really, they’re both related to each other too. Now that we’ve looked at Bible reading form a 10,000 foot view, let’s focus in a bit.   If I want to read my Bible on …

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How to Read the Bible: Study Vs. Devotional Reading

It’s hard to believe that it’s almost July. 2018 is already over half over! Before we know it, fall will be here, school will be starting back up, and we’ll be getting ready to ease back into the “school year” routine. Somehow, even if you’re not in school, things seem to change pace in the fall.   In preparation of …

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Christian Life, Life Rhythms, Married Life, Single Life, Theology

It’s Never What You Expect: Hope in the Midst of Disappointment

Last week’s post was all about life rhythms, that they’re a something that God uses for our good. Even though we should embrace whatever season we’re in right now, it’s okay for us to long for something more, especially in the face of disappointment. In reality, until we get to heaven, we’re always going to be longing for something more. …

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Beautiful in Its Time: Learning to Embrace Life’s Rhythms

Last week’s blog post was all about the things I think graduates should know. Let’s be real though, graduates aren’t the only ones going through life transitions right now.   The truth is that our lives are always in flux.  We’re continually in the process of beginning and ending different seasons of our lives. While life can sometimes seem monotonous, …

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