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By Rondi Lauterbach How much is enough time for Bible study? I’m talking serious Bible study, with a pen in hand and a notebook beside your open Bible. How much time do you need for that? One hour a day? That’s what many would suggest. Is half an hour enough? That might work if you...Read
by Candice Watters It’s a daily complaint among moms of infants and young children: not enough time to read much, or any, of the Bible. Focused prayer doesn’t fare much better amidst the din of crying, bickering, and loudly playing, early rising little ones. I asked a friend who is presently Mom to a 4-year-old,...Read
We would love for you to take a moment and watch this video introduction of the ESV Women’s Devotional Bible. The Bible features 365 devotionals from over 50 women as well as articles. If you’d like to learn more click on over here.
We have an exciting opportunity to announce to you! During the month of July, Crossway.org will be hosting Women of the Word Month—a 31-day online campaign designed to encourage women to get in the Word and stay in the Word during the busy days of summer. Timed with the publication of two important new...Read
By Keri Folmar Sometimes it crawls slowly, but it’s more likely to fly. Time can be watched. It can be measured. It can be used. It can be seized. But often it just slips away. We women have so many things competing for our time. Young children wake up early; work schedules leave us exhausted;...Read
By Trillia Newbell It’s that time of year again. That time we set goals for everything from exercising to reading. And if you are like many, you might be on the hunt for a Bible reading plan. Thankfully, bloggers and organizations have made our search easier. Here is a short list of articles to...Read