What does it look like to move from baby food to something chewier?
Farsightedness can sometimes be fixed with reading glasses or holding things far away to read them. The spiritual equivalent can't be solved quite the same way.
Our lives can be a lot bigger and more full of power than we know...if we only know where to look.
Our posture (and its effects on us) tells us what we spend time at. How can we invest in activities that produce good results, even if we have a few aches and pains as a result?
What can we do when reading the same thing starts to feel a bit monotonous?
When we don't have a printed version of the Bible handy, today's technology offers us many alternatives.
Sometimes, just as with our eating habits, we need something more satisfying than a "snack-size" portion of God's Word.
I was told once that "Some people know more Bible than they will ever use". Is that true?
What do all the little notes and formats mean when we read the Bible? Here's a quick overview.
The Bible is a great book, whether we read it spontaneously, or study it carefully. I encourage you to mix some of both practices into your Bible-reading.
Although many verses of the Bible are valuable on their own, sometimes we need to read and study more of the Bible at a time.
Reading the Bible is fresh and filling just as it is. If you would like to read it along with insights and teachings from others, though, here are a few suggestions to help you select a devotional.
Just as with our physical bodies, our intake of spiritual food should increase over time to help us grow in a healthy manner.
What does it mean to "have devotions" as part of the Christian walk?