Bible Study Tip #2 and a FREE Bible Study

Note from Kat: This post is written by monthly contributor Katie Orr.

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Last month I introduced a new series of Bible study tips for the overwhelmed, tired, and really busy. This month I have another tip to share and a tool for you to put it into practice!

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A free (yes FREE!) 4-week Bible study.

I’ve put together a free 4-week Bible study just for you. This is designed for the really busy and overwhelmed who long to be in the Bible but just don’t seem to be able to make it work. I’ve been there, and know that sometimes you just need a bit of guidance and lots of grace.

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An easy way to find time to study the Bible.

In so many ways, motherhood was rude awakening for me. I’m eight years into it now and just starting to feel like I am coming up for air. One of the biggest adjustments to motherhood was learning how to find time and energy to be in the Bible. I wanted it. I needed it. Yet […]

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13 Awesome Resources to Teach Children About God

Note from Kat: I’ve been quite busy this summer getting my new blog, up and running. I’ve also been working on a little project that is going to be crazy helpful for you, especially once the school year rolls around. I hope to share the details with you all in the next couple weeks. […]

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What to Talk about When Sharing the Gospel with Your Kids

gospel.006 Sharing the Gospel with our children is more of a journey than anything else. It’s not a one-time conversation, or an event we can plan or send them to. It is about pointing them to Jesus again and again and allowing the Holy Spirit to do the work in their hearts that only He can.

But you may find yourself wondering exactly WHAT to share with your children.

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3 Ways to Point Your Kids to Jesus

Oh say can you see… Are you singing it yet? You’ll have the Star Spangled Banner in your head all day now. You’re welcome. There is incredible power in the repetition of words. It is why we will never forget the Pledge of Allegiance or the words to Ice Ice Baby. (Or maybe that’s just […]

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The HelloMornings Summer Session is HERE!

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(Note from Kat: Today’s post is from HelloMornings Director, Katie Orr.)

Registration for the summer session of HelloMornings is underway!

Summer Challenge Details

  • A 13-week challenge to maximize your mornings, via online accountability groups.
  • Starts May 6th and runs through August 2nd.
  • Registration is open until Friday, May 3th.
  • Perfection is not a requirement. Just a desire to meet with God in the morning and a commitment to checking in with your group.
  • There is also a free Bible study for all HelloMornings participants, Meet Jesus, a walk through the book of John.
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How NOT to Share the Gospel with Your Kids

You would think that sharing the Gospel — the good news of Jesus — would be an easy, natural thing to do with our kids. But let’s face it, it can be a difficult task. Though there are many methods out there to point our kids to Jesus, there are quite a few misconceptions about […]

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How To Be a Victorious Mom

I’ve been feeling quite a bit like a defeated mother lately. Failure is my reality. Discouragement lingers. Condemnation hangs. Truth is the only thing that can pull me out of the pit. Truth is what takes me from a defeated mom to a victorious mom. The truth is, though I stumble, God is pleased with me. There is […]

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If you still need a reason to jump into the early-morning craziness…

If you’ve been around Inspired to Action for any length of time, you’ve heard about HelloMornings and the benefits of the early-morning habit. You’ve read of the challenge to wake up for your kids, instead of to your kids. And you’ve listened to the calls to start the day putting first things first, through spending time with Jesus. You may find yourself on […]

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Becoming a Happy Mom

I walk down the stairs feeling defeated, especially frustrated with my inconsistencies.

A few weeks ago I got all gung-ho about freezer meal planning. This past week we ate out more then we dined in.

One day is a great day of homeschool. The next am ready to send them all away to public school…in Africa.

As I brush my teeth I can’t help but think about how tired I have become with trying to be a good mom. The pursuit of all the ideals of motherhood often leaves me paralyzed—especially when there are many “best” ways to choose from.

While I floss I secretly wish someone could just come tell me what to do. “Katie, this is the best path, the best choice for you and your kids. Go do that.” Yet, I know that is not how it works.

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