Read Through The Bible in 90 Days – Starts January 3rd!
In just one week the group of ladies gathering over at Mom’s Toolbox will be embarking on another walk through the Bible in 90 Days. I am so excited!! Butterflies in my stomach excited!!
As you know, last summer I finally reached my goal of reading through the entire Bible from cover to cover. AND, instead of dragging it out for a whole year, I read it in just 12 pages a day and finished in less than 90 days! Eighty-eight, to be precise. Hee, hee!
I invite you to go back and read some of my posts as I shared my experience the last time around:
- Why I did it. My week 1 check-in.
- Why 90 Days works for me. Me on Day 15.
- The Power of Accountability. Day 36 check-in.
- Almost done with the Old Testament on Day 65.
- Creating a habit that I don’t want to break. My Day 78 check-in.
- I did it!! Now what?
This time around, I have committed to mentoring a group of women and encouraging them in their reading. I am so passionate about this life-changing experience and I desperately want others to have what I have.
Will you consider reading with us?
If so, please head on over to Amy’s post where she shares all kinds of details about the Bible in 90 Days challenge so that you can be successful in reaching your goal. And then, SIGN UP so that you can be assigned to a mentor and be encouraged!!
Now, I have to share with you something super exciting that I could use your prayer for. I approached my church about starting a Bible in 90 Days challenge, and it looks like it is going to happen starting in March!! It’s going to be HUGE, with a sermon series and a Sunday School class and weekly check-ins and a video series and everything. My handsome husband is going to be the up-front teacher guy and I’ll be his support staff. Hee, hee!
At this point, I don’t know if I am going to join in reading with the group at Mom’s Toolbox or if I should wait until my church (and my husband) starts it in March. I want to be an effective mentor and also be here to support YOU, my blog readers, but I think it is important to be on the same page with my church, too. Argh!!
Advice, opinions and prayer are appreciated right now (for the next week! yikes!). What would you do?
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