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A New Way to Pray With the early morning sunlight shining on my desk, I sat in my office chair with my head propped up in my hands as I attempted to pray. Each morning I mumbled a quick prayer between moments of drifting off to sleep. My prayers blurred and meshed together until it […]

Perfectionism Paralysis Maybe it’s a personality thing, but I find perfectionism creeping into every area of my life—including my relationship with God. So often, I have an ideal in my head of what something needs to look like, and nothing less will do. I’m not artsy, so Instagram-worthy doodles on Scripture’s pages will never be […]

The Give Me Jesus Journal The long-awaited day is finally here! The Give Me Jesus Journal Collection is LIVE! We have been working hard on this new collection all year long, dreaming of how we can make the Give Me Jesus Journal an even better tool for you to use in your daily Bible study. […]

Confession: I sometimes think quantity is better than quality. Two peanut butter cups is always better than one, even if they are two Reese’s versus one Justin’s. Four pairs of Gap jeans is surely better than one pair of Sevens, because what mom is willing to risk getting snot and strawberry hands all over her […]

Studying the Bible I started reading the Bible when I was a teenager. I knew it was important, and I wanted to obey God. But it didn’t take long to feel discouraged and confused. I wasn’t sure where to begin. If I tried reading a passage, most of what I read didn’t make sense. If […]

Behind Closed Doors For several weeks, writers have shared their honest stories on the Well-Watered Blog about sins that typically hide “behind closed doors”—including: Food and Fear Bitterness Gossip Sexual Sin, Boundaries in Dating, and Confessing Sexual Sin Idleness and “Busy” Idleness Food for Comfort Alcohol Eating Disorders And Materialism This is certainly not a […]

the idol factory “An idol is anything that is central in my life, anything that seems to be essential. Anything by which I live or depend.” D. M. Lloyd-Jones Theologian John Calvin said that the heart is a “perpetual factory of idols.” We are constantly looking for things to worship, and making the good things […]

If you were to flip through the back of my Bible, you would notice a lot of underlining, highlighting, and notes in the margins. Should you flip through the Old Testament, however, you would notice the notes and highlights become few and far between. In my time with the Lord each day, I consistently flip […]

Hey sister! Ever had a hard time studying Scripture? Trust me—I know that opening the Bible to study can be overwhelming, daunting, and confusing. I grew up in the church, but even going into my college years I didn’t know how to study the Bible. I thought only authors, preachers, and Bible teachers could study […]

*Sign up for our free 7-Day Kickstart Your Quiet Time Challenge at the bottom of this blog post! It’s free to join at any time! Enjoy day 1 of the challenge below!* The One Resolution That Will Change Your Life “I resolve to put the Word before the world, because I believe Jesus Christ is […]

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