Bible Study

Trials That Test Your Faith

If you follow Weird, Unsocialized Homeschoolers on Facebook or Twitter, you may be aware that I’ve been looking for a new family devotional to use during our family’s Bible study time. We’ve used Keys for Kids for year and really enjoy them, but as my kids have gotten older, the devotions have become predictable to…

The Power of Christ

This week’s Bible study post – an entry from my personal journal – is the one journal entry that, as I was writing it, I thought to myself, “I’m not sharing this one on my blog. It’s too personal.” Well, here is it. photo credit jolene on flickr Scripture: “But mark this: There will be terrible…

A Spirit of Self-Control

You know how we often talk about willpower – most often our lack thereof? I read something interesting in my Bible this week. It really made me think about willpower, which is really another word for self-control, and all the areas in which people can experience a lack of self-control. I’ve experienced my own lack…

Somebody’s Watching You

Remember me telling you about the time a guy stopped by my family’s table at Chick-Fil-A and told us how touched he was that we stopped to pray before our meal? Anytime there is any mention of the fact that people are always watching you, whether you realize it or not, I think of that…

God’s Instruction Book

First things first, today I’m sharing my thoughts on guarding your marriage over at Simple Homeschool. I hope you’ll stop by. For this week’s midweek Bible study, I’m sharing my personal reflections from my reading of 1 Thessalonians 4 and 5. photo credit rykneethling on flickr Scripture: “Live in peace with each other…warn those who…

Moving On

In case you missed it last week, I’ve decided – as more of a personal accountability factor than anything else – to share my thoughts from my personal Bible study once a week. This is just a means of holding myself accountable to my daily Bible study and possibly opening up some good discussion. It’s…