Are you a tired, overworked, overwhelmed mom who just needs rest? You are not alone. Most moms feel tired and overwhelmed many days. One way we can recharge as moms and be refreshed is through a daily quiet time and encouraging Bible studies for women.
Bible studies for women written by other moms can inspire us and help us remember our struggles and hard times as a mom are not ours alone. We can learn from the experiences of other moms. Doesn’t make you feel better to know you are not alone in your experiences as a mom?
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1o Bible Studies For Mom
Pressing Pause has 100 short devotionals for moms written to help you pause and rest from your daily rush and routines of life. You will enjoy these devotions that will give you a few minutes each day to relax and enjoy God’s presence.
Dwelling Places by Lucinda Secrest has devotions and meditations based on each of the 4 seasons. Within these seasons, each day focuses on a word. For example, during the summer readings, some of the daily readings focus on the words around the theme of growing. You will enjoy Lucinda’s personal writing style and learning through each season.
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Hope for the Weary Mom includes 40 devotions for moms to have time with Jesus and be assured of His presence in your life. Some of the chapters include assurance of His fight for you, He is Able and He has plans for you.
A Mom After God’s Own Heart by Elizabeth George shares words of wisdom from an experienced mom. She will help you see God’s purpose for moms, how to use scripture in your parenting, and learning how to trust God for the safety of your children.
In 5 Minutes with Jesus: A Fresh Infusion of Joy, Sheila Walsh and Sherri Gragg share short devotionals moms can read in about 5 minutes. I enjoyed this devotional for the personal stories and examples they shared and the practical ways we can apply these examples our every day lives.
Read my complete review of 5 Minutes with Jesus.
This book focused more on encouraging moms through the challenges we all face every day. You will find examples and stories that probably sound like your own life throughout this book, it has a short Bible question and focus questions at the end of each chapter. As you read each story and answer the questions at the end of each chapter you will be encouraged.
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Women of the Word is a book that teaches you how to study the Bible. To have a deeper understanding and a more personal relationship with God. If you have struggled with Bible studies in the past, this book has a great plan to help you better understand how to read and understand God’s Word.
In 365 Devotions for Rest, Christina Vinson gives us 365 ways we can rest each day. As moms, we get so busy and have so many responsibilities. Christina shows us how we can use even the small and simple things we do each day help us rest.
Read my full review: 365 Devotions for Rest Review
This is the only journal I included on this list. I find journaling helps me focus. I enjoy writing Bible verses and prayer requests. The pages in this journal give you space to write out your prayers and daily requests. Each day has a Bible verse for you to meditate on.
She Reads Truth is the only book and online Bible study I included in this list. She Reads Truth offers a website, monthly devotional books on a focused topic and also has a phone/tablet app you can download (a little something for everyone). She Reads Truth offers on-going topical Bible studies that last a few weeks to a few months. You can read for free online or through the app.
The Anchored In Hope Journal
One more way to encourage moms in Bible study is through journaling about Bible verses on a specific topic. The Anchored in Hope Journal is a 30-Day Scripture Study of Bible verses that assures you of the hope you have in Jesus.
This 30-Day Anchored in Hope study includes:
- A Bible verse on Hope to meditate on or memorize each day
- Journaling pages to write your thoughts and encouragement from the daily verse
- A Prayer list
- Journal pages can be reprinted for a new study
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What is your favorite devotional for moms? Why do you like it?
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