Are you desperate to find a way to make Bible reading and prayer a daily, disciplined part of your life? Between the craziness of life and Satan's careful maneuvers, quiet time is something that can easily slip out of routine. In this guide, you'll find new ideas not only on how to make time to read and pray, but also creative ways to journal. You'll be less likely to say "I'm too busy" and more likely to find a strategy that works for you.
A collection of Bible-based articles and resources to use for yourself or with a group of other women.
Introduction: Finding My Way Back
For nearly 20 years, I had daily devotions, but I let the practice slip away. My struggle to get back on track led me to find resources worth sharing.
by Caryn Rivadeneira
The Busy Woman’s Guide to Prayer
No matter how packed your daily planner is, here’s why you need to—and how you can—find time with the Lord.
by Cheri Fuller
Prioritize Time with God
Author Julie Baker shares women swamped with family responsibilities can rekindle their spiritual lives.
by Carla Barnhill
A Right Time for Quiet Time?
Is there really a more blessing-filled time to have devotions? If not being able to commit to the “perfect” time for devotions is keeping you from spending time with God, here’s what you need to know.
by Christin Ditchfield
Getting Back to the Bible
Priscilla Shirer is as busy as the rest of us, but she’s on a mission to show women how to immerse themselves in the Word of God.
by Lisa Ann Cockrel
Are You a Journaling Dropout?
Keeping a spiritual journal doesn’t have to be as taxing or time-consuming as it sounds. Try one of these 5 fresh and guilt-free approaches to tracking God’s work in your life.
by Jody Veenker
Passing It On
For those of us with kids, not having personal time in the Word has additional consequences: our kids don’t see quiet time with God as a priority. Here’s how you can get your kids interested in reading the Bible.
by Lisa Whelchel
Total number of pages - 22 pages
Permission: Make up to 1,000 copies for use in your local church.