Bible study expert and pastor’s wife Katie Orr shares practical tips, favorite tools and how she does her mornings. She encourages us to examine our “Why” for getting up and spending time with God.
“Don’t focus on feeling like you can’t do this or how you’re tired or feel like a failure. Focus on the part of you that wants to grow and wants to know God more deeply. That’s his will for you. Remember that this is your ‘why’ because it’s what’s best for you… sitting at the foot of Jesus.”
- Memorize scripture that is stirring your heart and start out with one verse at a time.
- Start with Colossians 3:1-17 if you don’t have something specific to memorize.
- Doing something in a group is key. That accountability is so helpful.
- Having a place with the resources you need for your morning
- Keep paper/Post-Its to write down the distractions and reminders that arise