"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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October 29, 2020

Scripture-Based Self-Discipline

By: Vanessa Bonilla Telling a toddler “NO” is painful for all parties involved. We know what happens when we give in to the demands of a toddler. They eat what they aren’t supposed to, they don’t make any friends in the park because they choose not to share, they become cranky because they forsook their nap-time. […]

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October 27, 2020

5 Quiet Time Excuses & Biblical Responses

By: Tiffany Joy Layton Have you ever had seasons of struggle when it comes to having your Quiet Time? Have you ever questioned why something so foundational slips through the cracks of your daily routine so easily? Yeah, me too. I understand the struggle and the frustration. The more I’ve grown in my faith the more I’ve come […]

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October 24, 2020

One More Child

By: Rebeka Corgan “The voice of the poor has no echo.” (ancient proverb) Kala was born in a slum in South Asia. Her father passed away when she was young. From a young age she joined her mother and siblings, gleaning in sugarcane and rag fields and worked hard to try to put food in […]

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October 22, 2020

Surgery

By: Jordan Sparnroft “Those are the longest feet I’ve ever seen on a 20 week ultrasound!” exclaimed the tech as we anxiously waited to find out the gender of our first child.  I wear a size 11 and have very narrow feet (which I inherited from my father and his father). So it came as no […]

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October 20, 2020

Journaling Through Ephesians 2

By: Christi Grimm Words, pen, paper – what a gift! Jesus Himself is known as The Word. Letters strung together are powerful – pregnant with meaning. They have the ability to embody our emotions, our thoughts, our victories, struggles, and legacy. Words tell stories- The Word tells a story. His Word in my life tells a story. It is […]

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October 17, 2020

What does your quiet time look like for you during this season? Are you busier than usual? Is your quiet time a settled routine or a daily challenge?

Read on to see what this season looks like for our writers! Erica Hunt: I am a teacher, so I have really enjoyed my extended summer break (thanks, COVID-19). With school back in session however, my quiet time seems a little more rushed because I actually have a time limit whereas over the summer, I […]

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October 15, 2020

Motivation Matters

By: Katie Stone Have you ever stopped to consider why you have a quiet time?  It’s easy to think that as long as we’re having a quiet time, our motive doesn’t matter. After all, doesn’t God just want us to show up, read the Bible, pray?  I used to think that way, until God led me through a […]

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October 13, 2020

Questions to Guide You Through the Old Testament

By: Marissa Hochstedler You begin the day with a warm cup of coffee in one hand and God’s Word tucked inside the other. Finding your seat by the window, you settle in for your daily quiet time with God. Upon opening your Bible Reading Plan, you face the book of Leviticus. Internal groans begin, “How am I going to read this?”  […]

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October 10, 2020

Peace & Pandemics

By: Erica Hunt It seems that one of the most popular phrases of 2020 has been “2020 is the WORST!” …And for good reasons. Over the past few months, the wake of COVID-19 has left many wondering about their health and the safety of friends and family. There have been canceled trips, classes cut short, and job uncertainty. […]

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October 8, 2020

For He Gives to His Beloved Even in his Sleep

By: Nicole Lisa Schrader Yesterday, I rocked my four-month-old grandson to sleep and held him in the darkened room for a little under an hour. I smelled the scent of his freshly-washed hair. I watched his chest rise and fall and felt his heartbeat along with my own. When he stirred, I patted his back until […]

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