Ready, Set, Go!

Before you start your study, it helps to make a “battle plan.” Being prepared greatly increases your chances of getting time to study each day!

Take some time to strategize. How will you make this happen? How will you really make time to dig into God’s Word? 

These four short lessons will help you do the following:

  1. Gather your study materials.
  2. Think about where you will study.
  3. Plan when you will study and make plans for keeping your children happy and occupied during your study time.
  4. Pray for God’s blessing on your time in His Word.

Course Information

Estimated Time: 4 Lessons

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Pam Forster Pam Forster Author

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5 thoughts on “Ready, Set, Go!”

  1. Linda COOPER says:

    I have finished this lesson to prepare for the bible study.

  2. Linda COOPER says:

    I appreciate the re inders of being g ready for the Bible study. The time a d place I meet with my Lord are very important this helps me to slow down and let the Lord speak to my heart.

  3. Linda COOPER says:

    My reply has already been done.

  4. Linda COOPER says:

    I take it two replays are better than one.
    I read my bible before I go to bed. I feel I am disciplined enough to take the time to go over scripture at a certain time of the day. I am not perfect because I am sure I will miss a day or two. I was expecting more from the teacher in coming back after I gave my thought on several verses. We will see.

    1. Pam Forster says:

      Hi, Linda! I’m glad to see you’ve finished this short preparatory study! I’m not sure what your question is. I’m wondering if you’re wondering what to do next? You can now go to the Bible Study Menu and select a new study to work on. If you’re following the Study Path, choose one from Level 1, either “Building a Habit,” on 1 John, or “God in the Psalms.” When you click that study, you will need to go to the bottom of the introductory page and click the orange “Get Started” button. (It might also say something like “Join this study.” That gives you access to that study, and you’re ready to roll! Let me know if this doesn’t answer your question.

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