Finding Time for a Quiet Time

Finding time for a quiet time

Lunch out with friends…or quiet time with your Bible? Hmm. Sometimes this choice is really hard, isn’t it?

Time for Ourselves

Time for ourselves is important, but that priority takes second place to God’s calling to train our little ones. This is your highest and most noble calling. But we can’t give out what we don’t possess, so it’s vital to nurture a passion for God’s Word and His wisdom.

Time for God

Spend some time each day reading the Bible. Share its life-giving truth with your children. It requires the sacrifice of time and energy, but the years you have with your children fly by so quickly.

Psalm 119:11 says, “Your word I have hidden in my heart.” Your time in God’s Word is time He’ll use to make you a mom after His own heart. It’s time well invested!


Lord, help me choose You and Your Word as my source of strength and refreshment each day. I want to deepen my understanding of Your love and Your will so that I become a mother who invests in her faith and family with everything she has and is. Amen.


A Mom After God’s Own Heart Devotional — These upbeat and to-the-point offerings give you daily direction and confidence for the amazing privilege of loving and raising children.

A Boy After God’s Own Heart Action Devotional — Help your tween (ages 8-12) get into God’s Word himself with these 140 devotions that address every part of a boy’s life!


Read one chapter of the book of Proverbs each day (hint: read the chapter that correlates to the day of the month).


Your time in God’s Word is time He’ll use to make you a mom after His own heart.

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