A while back, I wrote a post defining biblical meditation in light of what I was learning in my study on Psalm 119. In that blog post, I spent the majority of my time discussing the “what” of biblical meditation as well as challenging us to include that same biblical practice in our day to … Continue reading Be Strong and Courageous and… Meditate?
Category: Spiritual Disciplines
Okay folks, you know what time it is! I’ve been blogging for what, 10 months now, and I have yet to give you a post with recommended bible study resources? I know, crazy right? Well, the moment has finally arrived! This week, I sat down and compiled a list of books that I have found … Continue reading 7 Bible Study Resources Every Christian Teen Needs to Know
At the time I’m writing this, it’s been a rough past few days. I’ve been battling some sinful thoughts and, for the most part, have been failing to win. It started out as just one little thought that briefly flickered across my brain. By the end of the week, it was a full on deluge … Continue reading I Tried to Fight Sin Without Scripture
What do you think of when you hear the word meditate? I know what I think of: someone sitting cross-legged on the floor with their hands in the air going, “humm.” The Saturday before last our church began our ladies’ study on Psalm 119—and in this famous passage of scripture the word meditate is everywhere! … Continue reading Are You Hungry?
Lately I’ve been going through This Changes Everything, How the Gospel Transforms the Teen Years, by Jaquelle Crowe (now Jaquelle Ferris). A couple weeks ago, I came across the chapter on spiritual disciplines and was convicted at almost every turn of the page. There was one particular point, however, that turned my soft nudge of … Continue reading Miss Rose’s Class
Daily devotions are important. You’ve heard it said in church, in Sunday School, at VBS, by your parents, and probably other places too. And maybe you agree-- to some extent at least. You agree Scripture is important. You agree that as a Christian it is your source of life, but you don’t agree to the … Continue reading Why Spending Time In God’s Word Is So Important