Few pursuits are as important to the biblical home educating mother as her own personal Bible study. Without regular spiritual food, how can we feed those we love around us? Yet with the heavy demands of housework, academic studies, ministry, and family life, Bible study can too easily be pushed aside. This must not be. Bible study must be a priority, and Rachel Starr Thompson lays out a clear plan for action.
Serious personal Bible study is both less intimidating than it sounds and more challenging than you might expect. It hasn’t required thousands of dollars or years in Bible school. I’ve become a kitchen-table Bible scholar, armed with a couple of Bible translations, a concordance, a dictionary, a journal and pen, and critical thinking skills. But it does require time, commitment and willingness to tackle hard questions in study and prayer.
Read the rest of Rachel’s article here.