It’s Summer Bible Study Time!

I am all about a good Bible study. Back in the day, it didn’t matter the topic or time, I would be at the church with Bible and highlighter in hand. There is something fabulously exciting about beginning a new adventure in the Word, isn’t there?

Then, I had a baby and another and another and another. Let’s see: 1 baby + 3 anothers…yeah, that’s right. Suddenly, it was difficult to get to that 9:00 a.m. class. Even with childcare, I had no place for my school age children since I homeschool. Then, there were the evening classes. Childcare wasn’t a problem since my husband was home. Those classes, however, usually fell right in the middle of my serving up supper, run the kids through the bath, collapse on the couch exhausted time. Come on, now. You know what I’m talking about. 

And that, my sweet friends, is what I love about Beth Moore’s Summer Siesta Bible study. You can do it in a group. You can do it all alone, on your couch and in your jammies.

I know y’all are all kinds of busy and tired. You work hard for a living. You take care of little ones. You chauffeur big ones. You help out parents and sibling. You babysit grandbabies. You volunteer. You serve. You are a grilled cheese making, laundry folding, coffee drinking machine! And, just maybe, you need to be refreshed.

If so, I want you. Yes, you. I want you to be in my group this summer. Let’s have a HomeLife Bible study group and let’s join the other siestas. If you are interested in signing up for Beth’s Summer Bible study, hop on over to her blog and do so. Then, comment on this post with your name and, maybe, your city or state. That way, we can see who is in our little group.

Then, I’ll hop on here once a week and we’ll chat about what God has said to each of us. I sure hope you’ll join me!

Happy Friday, sweet friends!


me and buxStacy Edwards (@sjedwards) is a trucker’s daughter and a pastor’s wife. She is a freelance writer and a homeschooling mom to four fabulous little girls. Stacy blogs at Servant’s Life where she uses her words to point others to the hope and encouragement found in Christ. If you need her, she’s probably hiding in the bathroom.


  1. Sign me up!