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Ah, the New Year. Now that the confetti has cleared, smooches have been swapped, and resolutions have been made (and maybe forgotten already...), the real work of starting new begins.
If one of your New Year's resolutions includes reading the Bible more regularly or improving your quiet time or doing devotions, you're in luck. Because I've got five things that have really helped me, and I'm here to share 'em with you!
Five Resources for 2015
Good Morning Girls: These Bible reading plans have been really great for me. My small group worked through the book of Ephesians last Spring, and we're going through James right now. Writing the verse down by hand really helps me to get it to stick in my brain.
Adorations: I really love Sara Hagerty's honesty and authenticity. I've been following her blog for a while now, and that's how I stumbled across her practice of Adoration.
Dan's Daily Dig: Okay, so I'm a little biased on this one because Dan is part of my Camp family... but his "daily digs" into the Bible are a great way to to spend time in the Bible, one chapter a day, and his reflections on the chapters are really great, too. And I'm not just saying that because I know the guy. =)
Proverbs 31 Devotions: I really like the devotions that are put out by this site- they're practical, quick, and inspiring. I try to read these devotions daily at the end of my lunch break. It's a good way to refocus.
Blogs by Christian Women: I stumbled across this blog by accident- a favorite blogger of mine just happened to be a featured writer on the site. Since then, I've checked out this website once a week or so. I like it not only because of the articles featured, but also because if you find a post you like a lot, you can follow the writer- because all the contributors have blogs- and then you can see all the other great posts she's written!
What are some of your favorite Bible reading resources?