• Learn to easy and simple changes to your personal and family Bible study to help you all grow in faith!

Make Over Your Family Bible Study Challenge

It was the break of dawn, and the sun had not yet graced the sky with its presence.  Dew glistened on the lawn, sparkling like gems in the predawn light.

There I sat, clutching my coffee and my Bible, willing the sleepy fog away.  I had great intentions to spend time in prayer and dive into Scripture, yet in my haze, I was stumped.

What should I read in Bible?

Do I remember what I read yesterday? 

Who am I supposed to pray for?

Frustrated, I sat confused  and wondered how to grow in faith by reading my Bible.  I longed to become a woman of biblical wisdom, but with every passing minute (and trust me, time was limited!), I lacked direction.  As a result, my quiet time was lackluster and I missed a deep connection with God.

Then, fast forward 12 rushed and hurried hours later, to our family devotion time.  Once again I sat with the Bible open and was haunted with feelings of inadequacy and frustration.  Honestly, the kids were crying and I was on the verge of tears, myself. This was a disaster.

For the second time that day, I found myself face to face with the desire to grow myself and family with deep roots of faith, yet something was missing.

Does this sound familiar?  Do you, like me, long to grow spiritually, but find that things just don’t ‘click’?  If so, you’re not alone. According to a 2016 study by American Bible.org, “And although just one-third of Americans profess to reading the Bible at least once per week, the majority of Americans (62 percent) express a desire to read the Bible more often.”

Wow! So many long for a deeper connection to the heart of God. yet these stumbling blocks stand in the way.

Join the FREE mini e-course and learn practical and simple Bible study tips for the whole family.

Common Bible study road blocks

The majority of individuals and families who long to grow spiritually run into these common problems for making it happen.

  • Lack of time
  • Intimidation and lack of knowledge
  • There’s no plan for Bible study
  • A quiet time is not a priority
  • Lack of quality and easy study resources

Hope for your {family} Bible study

Whether you’ve studied the Bible for years or are a complete novice (hey, everyone starts somewhere!), there is a hope for your quiet time!   You can learn practical techniques to having a deep and healthy relationship with God.

Join the Make Over Your Family Bible Study Challenge

This FREE 5 day workshop offers practical Bible study tips and techniques for the whole family.  This mini-e-course will help you:

> Evaluate your current personal and family Bible study with an easy assessment tool

> Learn EASY and QUICK  Bible study techniques for both personal and family Bible study

> Determine the secret to consistent Bible study and prayer (even for families!)

> Explore creative and FUN ways to grow in faith (for kids, too!)

> Create a practical Bible study plan for the whole family

Join the challenge NOW

Sign up below to receive access to the FREE mini-course, Make Over Your {Family} Bible Study Challenge!  It launches March 6th, but you can receive your seat and your ticket to spiritual growth today!

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About Sarah Ann

Welcome to Faith Along the Way! I am a redeemed child of God and perfectly imperfect in every area of my life. Wife to Hubs, we've battled the storms of Cancer, infertility, adoption & Autism together the past 10 years and praise God for his continued guidance. I hope you'll join us on this journey through life as we trust God with faith along the way.

6 Comments

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    Nicci January 4, 2017 (4:01 pm)

    This is great! I’m looking forward to some fresh ideas for our family bible time, thank you!

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      Sarah Ann January 5, 2017 (10:55 am)

      Wonderful, Nicci! May you and your family enjoy growing deeper with the Lord!

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    Stacy January 4, 2017 (4:31 pm)

    Thank you! I am always looking for ways to strengthen our family time in the word.

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      Sarah Ann January 5, 2017 (10:55 am)

      I’m glad to have you join us, Stacy! 🙂

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    Sarah Geringer January 4, 2017 (5:22 pm)

    Looks like a great tool for families, Sarah Ann. Glad to be part of the By His Grace Bloggers group with you!

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      Sarah Ann January 5, 2017 (10:54 am)

      Thank you, Sarah! I am praying it will bless many!