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Children's Church, Faith in Business

My Favorite Bible Study Tools

And How To Use Them

To get your copy of our free kids and family devotional releasing in May 2020, click here!

With the launch of our new devotional, I shared in an earlier post about my favorite children’s Bible just in case anyone needed to order a few before they started their family devotional.

After I posted about the kids, (and if you missed that post you can read it here), I started thinking about the Moms. Maybe we all have a Bible that we love and use… but maybe we don’t?

So I thought I’d share the things I use and tell you why.

I feel so blessed that my Mom sent me this gorgeous Bible and Devotional from Candace Cameron Bure when she partnered with DaySpring, and I feel like I’m using a piece of art every time I use it. If you need a Bible and can’t swing the extra $15-$20 for the devotional, go ahead and get the Bible. It is FILLED with incredible devotions inside its pages, and you can find the authors with an index in the back and follow them on your socials for even more hope and encouragement.

Mine was a special edition, but this line by DaySpring was so successful that they are launching another devotional, coming out soon. This is truly a classic and encouraging Bible, and would make an incredible gift for a girlfriend, bestie, sister, mom or grandma. It is beautifully designed to look pretty, and filled with powerful content that will leave you filled up and connected in God’s word…

The devotional is such a perfect and simple solution to studying the Bible. It’s like taking a friend with you to go learn something new. You just open the first lesson, read the concept and verses, then write your thoughts and your own notes… and sit awhile to listen for that Still, Small Voice before you move on to the rest of your day. Something about writing and responding, especially on gorgeous paper with gorgeous photos, helps you understand and process so much more sometimes…

Next on the list: Strong’s Concordance.

Don’t get caught up in the scary and overwhelming thought of a Concordance and just completely shut down the idea of one right off the bat. Also, no condemnation if you just know that studying is not your thing, or don’t have the time right now. But at least hear me out:

A Concordance is an incredible way to search things out for yourself. It works like this: the Old Testament of the Bible was written in Hebrew, the New Testament was written in Greek. The Strong’s Concordance has every word, every meaning, and every definition inside it. That means you can take any verse and break it down to the nearest possible literal original translation. There are few direct ways God can speak to you like that, shining light on His very word as you interpret it, word by word, definition by definition, verse by verse, until you get a true inspirational meaning.

If you like putting puzzles together or solving mystery shows, consider adding a concordance to your wish list.

To read the post on our favorite children’s bible, click here!

To get your copy of our free kids and family devotional releasing in May 2020, click here!

Disclaimer: any of the clickthroughs you find on my pages are links to products that I have used and love and trust. I may make a small commission on anything you purchase on the other side of the link, so please know it will go to fund my crazy projects, wild ideas and writing habits. It will not cost anything extra for you. Thank you for your love and support!

Disclaimer: any of the clickthroughs you find on my pages are links to products that I have used and love and trust. I may make a small commission on anything you purchase on the other side of the link, so please know it will go to fund my crazy projects, wild ideas and writing habits. It will not cost anything extra for you. Thank you for your love and support!

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