Summer Sprint

The school year is over. My brain is now in summer mode. I have plans, y’all, plans to do great things this summer like: de-cluttering, organizing, reading, and summer workbooks. I know these things won’t be achieved, but I feel like I have accomplished something simply by planning to accomplish it. That can’t be too bad, right?

I have been overwhelmed with the outpouring of support for my Bible Study “30 Days with John”. My church is using the study for their women’s summer Bible study. I can’t describe the feeling of people sitting down and discussing the words on the pages of a book with my name on it. I am humbled that God would turn something so small and insignificant to me, into something greater. That’s what He does. He is always in the business of surprising me. I hope I’m never used to it.

Although I am not leading one of the church studies, I am leading an online study for my church. I love the enthusiasm the ladies in the online group bring. Only one session in and I can tell we are going to have a fantastic few weeks together.

The second online group, open to Facebook friends and followers will begin on Sunday night at 8pm. I will open with an overview of the study and a little bit about what to expect from our time together. I would love for anyone to join us, but for now females only. The group will be public on Sunday, but then I will close it for privacy purposes on Monday.

Follow the link to join the Sunday group!

30 Days with John Online Bible Study

Published by Leah Lively

Born and raised in Virginia, Leah’s faith journey began in a loving family and a small church in a small town. She is a wife to one and a mom to four along with a sweet boxer pup. As writer, blogger, and an aspiring speaker, Leah also enjoys reading, watching movies with her hubby, and creating memories with her family. Leah is motivated by 2 Corinthians 13:11 where Paul encourages the church in Corinth to “become mature and be encouraged, be of the same mind, be at peace, and the God of love and peace will be with you.” She wants believers to grow in their faith and discover a hunger for God’s word. Leah’s genuine and authentic style of presenting the gospel lays a foundation for readers to learn more of God’s Truths. Through the challenges of life as a wife and mother, Leah's greatest desire is to let you know you are not alone and there is a God who can get you through the hard moments.

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