"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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April 6, 2021

As a Deer Pants for Flowing Streams

By: Grace McCready If you’re thirsty for something (or someone) besides the Lord, this poem is for you. I know exactly how you feel, but please don’t give into despair. Let your thirst for imperfect things and people point you to your perfect Father.  As a deer pants for flowing streams,  So pants my soul for […]

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April 3, 2021

Testimony | Erica Hunt

I have a memory of singing Sometimes by Step (Step by Step) by Rich Mullens at a mid-week kids Bible club when I was about nine. I was playing in the sanctuary singing this song to myself. I remember stepping in time to the words, “Step by step” when the thought came to me, Step by step, God […]

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April 1, 2021

Pursuing Jesus with Your Spouse

By: Hannah Fatheree  My husband and I will celebrate our second wedding anniversary this summer. It’s been a wonderful (almost) two years of marriage that also has brought challenges, growth and many late-night conversations.  When we first got married, we knew that it was important to pursue Jesus together, but didn’t really know how. For most […]

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March 25, 2021

Fake Humility

By: Jordan Sparnroft I am not a confident person. Self-doubt, insecurities, and a constant state of indecisiveness is my forte. “Am I doing this right?” “I can’t do that.” “I screw up everything.” “I’m so stupid.” “What will they think of me?” Does this sound familiar? Notice all of those statements contain the pronoun of […]

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March 23, 2021

Nicole’s Recommended Devotionals

By: Nicole Lisa Schrader  Early in my Christian life, my Bible, a devotional book, and my prayer journal were all I brought to my quiet times with the Lord. I leaned heavily on devotionals because I felt I needed the guidance and insights they provided.  A devotional is a book with passages from the Bible accompanied by short […]

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March 20, 2021

Testimony | Christi Grimm

Snuggled warmly into her Strawberry Shortcake blanket, four-year-old little Christi heard God’s Voice for the first time!  “Mommy”, she said, “I want to be a missionary.” Mommy prayed with little Christi and she fell fast asleep…  As six-year-old little Christi made mud soup in her front yard, all of life was about to change…  Having invited […]

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March 18, 2021

Hunger & Thirst

By: Marissa Hochstedler  I have always admired people that have been gifted with a “green thumb” and have the ability to take care of houseplants and gardens that bear fruit in their season. The homes that are flowing with greenery tucked in every corner and fresh produce stocked in their cupboards and countertops.  Unfortunately, I have […]

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March 16, 2021

Five Directions for Your Quiet Time

By: Erica Hunt  One of the things that I most struggle with in my daily quiet time is direction for what to study. I like variety and enjoy mixing up a linear Bible reading with the study of Biblical topics that interest me. Having grown up reading and hearing Bible stories, it is easy for me […]

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March 13, 2021

Testimony | Kate Velasquez

As a 21-year old who grew up in a Christian home and still has much of life left to experience; it seems odd and almost boring, to write extensively about my testimony. My journey of walking with Jesus, on the outside anyway, looks very normal. When I got saved, there was no dramatic voice from heaven, no instant […]

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March 11, 2021

3 Ways to Make Sure Your Prayer Journal Doesn’t Become a Diary

By: Grace McCready  Can I complain about my reading for Managerial Economics? I cannot stand it. It’s so dull. I can’t pay attention…or at least I don’t pay attention. There’s so much to read. I don’t know exactly where to read because I lose focus.  This is a snippet from my prayer journal from a few […]

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