Lots of Options, So Little Summer…

Posted by on May 23, 2012 in Blog Posts | 4 comments

It is that time of year when I hibernate.  It’s those lazy days of summer time here in South Georgia.  I hibernate from teaching Bible study much to the dismay of some who enjoy digging deep in the Word together.  I rest from busyness and slow down.  I am blessed to be able to do that, I know.

Just because I may not be teaching does not mean I won’t be reading the Word and I want to invite you to consider reading along with me.

I came across this challenge to read the entire Bible in 90 days and want to share it with you by directing you to Teri Lynne Underwood’s blog where you can read all about it and the ways to stay connected via her blog and a Facebook page for discussion.

If you are planning to participate, it begins Memorial Day (that’s this coming Monday) and it concludes Labor Day.  Some flexible days are built in, too.

The bottom line is that it is committing to reading about 12 pages a day for about 90 days and sharing with the online community what you are learning to apply from what God is revealing to you in His Word.

Time wasted?  Not!

Click on the linky tool up there for more info!  Join me, won’t you?!

4 Comments

  1. Thank you, Amy, for joining us and for sharing with your readers! I used to live in South Georgia … Brunswick. We moved back home to north Alabama last summer but we were there on the coast for almost 11 years.

    • Teri,
      My grandparents lived in Brunswick and I have sweet memories of visiting them there. Also, my husband and I honeymooned at the Cloister on Sea Island (26 years ago).
      We live on the other side of the state in Columbus (along the Chattahoochee River).
      I’m looking forward to kicking off the 90(99) days on Monday!

  2. Can’t believe how close I came to missing this opportunity! Just catching up on reading the blog. Had reviewed the B90 materials a while back. What a great summer challenge! I’m in! See you on the FB page. Love you, Sister!

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