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"We are committed to helping you grow in grace-filled, daily discipline! The habit of a Quiet Time looks different in every season, and we hope that these articles will encourage you to just keep going by the grace of Jesus!"

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November 21, 2019

2nd Grade Reminders

By: Meg Liner My first year as a second-grade teacher has been challenging. When people ask me, “How is it going, Meg?” with a giant grin on their face, as if they’re hoping for something joyful to come out of my mouth, my response is always the same, “My head is barely above water.” Between all […]

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November 14, 2019

He Works It All Together

By: Christi Grimm Sitting on my Mom’s lap, I felt the beckoning of the Father.  As a 6-year-old little girl, He was drawing me to Himself.  I wanted to know Him, be baptized, and follow Jesus.  Although my understanding was minimal and immature, I knew I needed a Savior.  He created each of us with an […]

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November 7, 2019

Follow Jesus, Not Your Heart

By: Amy Hornbuckle If I were to write out all the thoughts, desires, and wants that flow through my heart on a daily basis, I would have a book. I would see things like mountains, my spouse, ministry, the church, my dog, carbs – I would also see selfishness, pride, deceitfulness, wickedness, slander, envy and so […]

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October 31, 2019

Restored Intimacy

By: Sarah Abreu In high school I had two types of friends: The first group were people I’d have a good laugh with in gym class, say hi to when I’d see them in the hallways, and take random selfies with at football games. The other group were the ones I would barely see during school […]

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October 24, 2019

Sunflowers, Addiction, and Quiet Time

By: Kelly Arena “Addiction is a reality, but I want to counter that today and say that Jesus is a reality too.” The words were hard to utter. I clutched the podium to give me some extra support as I ushered them from my mouth. I love public speaking. It’s my favorite thing. But not that […]

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October 17, 2019

Lucky Charm Mayhem

By: Christi Grimm Today I found an almost empty box of Lucky Charms and I lost it.  Lucky Charms Cereal has been one of my favorite treats since I was a kid and I’d often eat enough of them to make me sick. I grew up in a time when we believed everything the television threw […]

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October 10, 2019

Habit and Flexibility

By: Emily Miller I was 13 when I began my daily quiet time. I was a brand new teenager who had decided to become a proper adult by having my own relationship with Jesus. I would get up at 6:00 each morning and read for 5 minutes, enviously peeking at both my mom’s coffee and her ability to […]

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October 3, 2019

Mind the Gap

By: Abby Watson Lately I’ve been noticing the gap between what I say I believe and how I actually live.  For just one example, I believe God is my Provider, yet I find myself obsessively checking my bank account to make sure I’m financially comfortable; that’s a gap. This kind of thing is nothing new to […]

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September 26, 2019

Quiet Time Guilt

By: Kate van der Hoeven I smack my alarm as it buzzes in my ear. I throw on my clothes for the day and sit down to read my Bible. There are no candles, no flowers, no colored pens… Only 30 precious minutes before I run off to work. As I close my Bible and […]

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September 19, 2019

Abundance is Found in Obedience

By: Sarah Abreu Can you picture what would happen in a world where no one follows boundaries? Where no one submits to authority? Where crime and death are common because of a lack of knowledge? Imagine an innocent five-month-old not listening to his parent while playing outside… he would certainly hurt himself, and it would […]

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