As we pursue doable spiritual formation, one of the first places we start is with our minds. I used to think that hard work and determination was the only path to change. I used to think that I didn't need Jesus to be Lord of my life, just a helpful resource in times of need.... Continue Reading →
This past week's memory verse was Galatians 5:1 - “It is for freedom that Christ has set us free. Stand firm, then, and do not let yourselves be burdened again by a yoke of slavery.” How did you do? Did you follow these steps to memorize it? Monday: Read the verse five times Tuesday: Write the... Continue Reading →
Monday we read our verse for the week repeatedly. Tuesday we wrote our verse down on paper five times. Today, we say our verse aloud and then close our eyes and repeat it from memory. We do this five times.
Remember our challenge to memorize a scripture (Matt. 5:3) a week for the next four weeks? Yesterday we read our verse five times. Today we will write our verse down five times. This doesn't count. Get your piece of paper and do it. “Blessed are the poor in spirit, for theirs is the kingdom of... Continue Reading →
Very few spiritual exercises have impacted me more than scripture memorization. Even though I have only memorized a handful of verses in my life, the ones I have memorized have always been deeply impactful for me. So I invite you to join my challenge of memorizing a verse a week. We will start with the... Continue Reading →