This one isn’t entirely homeschool related, but enough that it fits into the discussion.
I have tried over the past couple of years to read the Bible for personal devotions using Grant Horner’s Bible Reading program (described here by Tim Challies). And when I’m in it, I love it. It is a fantastic way to read the Bible, except it takes a lot of time. Maybe I’ll try again someday.
The kids were recently asking me about devotions they could do. I would like them to read the whole Bible. They asked me for devotional book to help them understand. I think we’ll try D A Carson’s For the Love of God. Together. My prayer is that if we all read together we’ll all encourage one another.
I would also like to pray better. To that end, I’m going to attempt to follow my friend Candace’s example of praying the scriptures (you should check her blog: His Mercy Is New). Her resources are fantastic, and she has created a printable of 31 days worth of verses to pray for the New Year. And, during school, we’re going to do as Brandy does with her Prayer Box. We will also continue with our Bible program, Covenantal Catechism during Circle Time.
I’m going to schedule this time right after breakfast. And, possibly, right after dinner.
This is all I’m going to do. I’m not going to add this prayer journal, that extra book, this list, that reading. I’m not even going to ask you what you’re going to do.