SUMMER BIBLE READING CHALLENGE

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Summer Bible Reading Challenge

Tired of deciding what Bible study to do? There are so many good ones available and if you’re like me, you want to do them all. Why not take this Summer Bible Reading Challenge? Choose a book in the Bible and read it through, verse by verse. Some days you may read two verses, some days ten, you decide. After you read, use a notebook or journal and record your answers from these basic study questions. Let me know what happens. 🙂

BASIC QUESTIONS FOR BIBLE STUDY

1. What is the passage speaking about? (2 Timothy 2:15)

2. Is there a promise of God’s? (2 Peter 1:4)

3. Is there a commandment to obey? (John 15:14)

4. Is there a sin brought to mind to confess? (1 John 1:9)

5. Is there a prayer brought to mind? ( 1 Thess. 5:17)

Changing You, Little by Little

The Author

I was wife to Richard for over 42 years, mother of 6 and grandmother to 16 sweetie pies. I've been a high school dropout, teenage wife and mom, single working parent, stay at home mom, service rep for the phone company, children's librarian for 16 years, now retired and busy with speaking, teaching, mentoring and counseling. I have been published in four books, Rest Stops for Teachers, Rest Stops for Busy Moms and Grace Givers, Amazing Stories of Grace in Action. My full-length book, Secure Families in a Shaky World has recently been released and is available through www.redemptionpress.com, Amazon and Barnes and Noble. I am a speaker for Stonecroft Ministries and for conferences, retreats and all other womens' events. You'll often find me training, speaking or mentoring. I absolutely love encouraging women. Oh, if you add to that playing with a grandkid and not having to cook dinner; it's a perfect day. You can hear two of my messages at www.ranchobaptistchurch.org, click on sermons and then May 19, 2007, Keys to a Joyful Heart and December 6, 2008, The Heart of Christmas.

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