You’re looking back at this year and feeling a little blah. You wish you’d been more consistent in your faith—maybe in Bible reading, or prayer, or perhaps, like me, in trusting God over your worries.
You want a fresh start with your faith in 2019.
I haven’t finalized my goals for the new year yet (slow cooking over here and having a blast!), but I know one of them will be reading the best life-motherhood-goal-setting-business-relationships book: the Bible. 🙂 Reading and praying through the Bible is my number one goal this year, and little by little, I’ve made progress. It hasn’t all been perfect, but it didn’t need to be. I’ve learned a thing or two along the way—especially in the times I’ve been tempted to jump ship or skip a day. Lord willing, I’ll finish the Bible again this year on December 31st.
Let me stop right here.
If I would’ve read “read the Bible again this year” on someone else’s blog a few years ago, I would have felt so far away from that. I had trouble staying focused on even a single verse of the Bible each day, much less reading the entire thing—what!? Does the idea of reading the Bible, even in little bits at a time, intimidate you? You’ve tried before and lost interest. You’re not sure where to start. You’re worried you won’t get anything out of the time you put in because it’s such a big complicated book, right? Afraid you’ll quit after just a few days?
Let me introduce you to something created just for us (the people who want it, but are afraid we’ll fall off the wagon!). Starting January 1, with one single verse, we’re going to kick-off this year in the Bible together.
We’ll do it little by little, with zero fluff.
No study guide workbook homework.
We’re going to get right into the Word.
How? The easiest and most impactful way: writing it. When you write the Word of God in your own messy handwriting, something happens to your brain. You start making decisions about what you’re writing (as opposed to typing it digitally or just reading it and forgetting it five seconds later). When you write scripture, it gets in your heart, no distractions—it’s just you, the Word, and your pen and paper.
The Fresh Faith Challenge: 31 Days of Writing the Word kicks off January 1 and I CANNOT WAIT TO DO THIS WITH YOU!
The challenge will run January 1-31, 2019, to help you start your year right—putting the Word above everything else. No stress, no fuss, just fruitful time with the Lord! It’s going to be so good! We’ll have more details for you soon, and even graphics to invite friends to join you, but for now, just sign up below (it’s FREE!).
(Looking at you, my friend….) Please tell me you’re in! I’m excited to start this year with you in the life-giving Word, in prayer together, making new friendships!
How to sign up in 3 easy steps (invite your friends to join too!):
1. Enter your email below to get on the list and we’ll send you a Fresh Faith Challenge kick-off note as we get closer to the starting line!
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2. Choose how you’ll write the Word. You get two options! DIY or
*A tip for doing this as a family: Get your kids to join, too!
3. Join the Cultivate Your Faith Facebook group, if you like, and get ready to start a brand new year with an amazing group of women who are right there with you!
I can’t think of a better way to start the year, and I’m excited to be doing it alongside you, friends! Join us!