Bible Study

“Do Your Quiet Time”

By Stefanie Boyles
Staff Writer for The Daily Grace Co. 

Growing up in the church, the resounding exhortation I heard in youth group was this: do your quiet time! Essentially, what the leaders were getting at was this: read the Bible and pray consistently! And they’re right – right? These are essential spiritual disciplines for all believers! However, I clearly remember the struggle to follow through. I would attend a youth conference and come home fired up.…

Knowing God’s Word from the Inside and Out

By Aubrey Coleman
Staff Writer for The Daily Grace Co.

When I first started walking with Jesus, I remember being so mesmerized by women who could reference scripture without their Bibles. Searching for understanding, I surrounded myself with those who knew God’s Word deeply and let it pour out of their lives. I craved that kind of knowledge of the Bible.…

Daily Grace Local

By Joanna Kimbrel 
Staff Writer for The Daily Grace Co. 

It is a good thing to study the Bible on our own. As we study Scripture individually, we grow in our personal knowledge and love of God and, in turn, grow in sanctification as we fear God and increasingly walk in holiness.…

Being Interrupted by God

By Kristyn Perez 
Lamp and Light Leader for The Daily Grace Co. 

Sickness has found its way into my household. My young kids who struggle to share their toys seem glad to share their germs—cycling colds, eye infections and tummy aches throughout our family for weeks on end.…

Who Will Be With You In The Fire?

By Sarah Morrison 
Staff Writer for The Daily Grace Co.  

We’ve all been through fires. Burnt, scorned, and seared. And as long as our feet are planted on this earth, we will go through more. There is no shortage of suffering for this world to dole out to its inhabitants— relationships, jobs, and bodies have all been ravaged by a broken and dissonant world.

Should Christians Practice Meditation?

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By Joanna Kimbrel 
Staff Writer for The Daily Grace Co.  

Meditation has risen significantly in popularity in recent years. It doesn’t take much time wandering through a bookstore or scrolling through social media to see the countless exhortations to practice meditation an essential part of self-care for emotional and mental health.

Am I my Sister's Keeper?

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By Jana White  
Staff writer for The Daily Grace Co. 

Last semester, our women walked through the first twelve chapters of Genesis. This has long been some of my most favorite Scriptures—after all, it sets the stage for the entire Bible and helps us better understand those proceeding events in the Bible.

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