Ah, summer. I think it is the best time of the year, and I know a lot of you agree with me. The days are long and carefree, and the commitments are (hopefully) few. We come and go as we please, and we enjoy entire days spent at the pool or waterpark.
Could it just be here already, please?!
There is just one problem in the middle of these long, languid days.
Where do you fit in intentional Bible study with your kids when you have no real schedule to follow?
You don’t have to maintain a strict schedule all summer just to get in your Bible study time. If you’re intentional about working it in, you’ll spend the whole summer in God’s Word before you know it.
- Keep some kind of a routine. You don’t have to struggle with a strict schedule like you had during the school year, but a routine will help everyone in your family to know what to expect throughout the day. Breakfast, chores, devotional time, lunch, play time, whatever happens in your house should be regular. Make sure that devotional time plays an important role in the routine, whenever you decide to fit it in.
- Keep a devotional like Jesus Today for Kids in your purse. Jesus Today for Kids is a small book, perfect for dropping into your bag. You will have it with you whenever you need it.
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