A daily devotional time helps me a lot on this journey called homeschooling. The question is not, “Should I spend the time every day?” but “What exactly should I read?”
When I heard about the Homeschooling Mom’s Bible by Zondervan and Alpha Omega Publications, I knew that’s what I wanted to read this year. I could even choose a King James Version. (My affiliate link is NIV. They may have run out of KJV.)
I love the King James Version of the Bible. It’s so dignified – the way God’s words ought to be.
Written by Janet Tatman, you can find this devotional for free under the blog section of Alpha Omega Publications’ website.
That does not work for me, because they publish the devotionals one day at a time and I don’t read just one page a day. I read as many as it takes.
Sometimes I read a story in the Bible – I love how the devotional pages are embedded in the Bible. I can either look up the context of the passage Janet deals with, or something completely different, based on the Holy Spirit’s prompting.
Your homeschooling day can wait a few minutes until you get ready spiritually.