April starts tomorrow, and you know what that means! A new Bible reading plan for us!
If you’re new to the blog, here’s a little background info. We’re pretty serious about the Bible around here, and we’re also busy mommas who are struggling to spend a few quiet minutes with the Lord every day. We’ve learned that writing out Scripture really helps us focus on a few verses at a time, and over a month or so, writing out these verses helps us commit full passages to memory! It doesn’t take forever, it helps us focus, and it hides His Word in our hearts. We kind of love that!
So, every month, I provide you with a new study – complete with a passage broken down into specific verses to write each day, and a journaling page to do your writing and keep any notes or prayers! It’s TOTALLY FREE for you to download and print off each month!
This month, we’re focusing on one full chapter of Scripture: Romans 8.
It’s such a powerful passage on who we are in Christ, how the Spirit helps us in our weaknesses, and just how deep God’s love for us is! I thought it was the perfect passage to follow after Easter.
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That’s it! Enjoy the study this month, friends! I’m so excited to get started with you!
Kayse Pratt serves Christian women as a writer + designer, creating home + life management resources that help those women plan their days around what matters most. She’s created the most unique planner on the market, helped over 400 women create custom home management plans, and works with hundreds of women each month inside her membership, teaching them how to plan their days around what matters most. When she’s not designing printables or writing essays, you’ll find Kayse homeschooling her kids, reading a cheesy novel with a giant cup of tea in hand, or watching an old show from the 90’s with her husband, who is her very best friend.