Does growing spiritually seem like a mystery or something reserved for “other people”?
You know that there’s got to be something more than just living for what this life offers, but you’re not sure how to get there. Maybe you even go to church on Sunday and pray before meals… but still you feel like something’s missing or lacking.
Friend, I want to tell you that what you’re feeling is not only normal, but it’s a beautiful invitation to grow deeper with God!
God loves you and wants to show you the richest, fullest version of your life, and that comes through (imperfect) movement toward spiritual maturity.
Let me share with you five simple ways to discover your beautiful path toward spiritual growth, including some helpful resources and powerful scriptures that have changed my life.
The Biggest Obstacle to Spiritual Growth
What’s the biggest obstacle to spiritual growth, especially if you’re a busy mom?
Time. As in “not enough of it.”
I totally understand that and can relate to that. I homeschool my four kids, run two online ministries and do my best to still be the best wife, mom, friend and daughter of God that I can be.
It’s not always easy to manage everything since life is full and packed (I know you can relate because your life is probably equally busy!).
But here’s the truth: The only way I’ve been able to actually keep growing as a Christian is to spend time every day in prayer and Bible study.
And anyone who I’ve ever admired as a spiritual mentor would the same thing.
I think it’s because daily time with God grounds us. It centers us. It calms us in the chaos.
And most importantly, it’s the glue that not only brings much-needed refreshment, it strengthens our relationship with Christ and transforms the difficulties we endure into avenues for beautiful spiritual growth.
“How?” I hear you asking. “How can I find the time?!”
Totally get it. What if I said you could experience spiritual refreshment in only a few minutes a day?
If your time is greatly limited, then you’ll really appreciate these Women’s Resources that I designed just for women like you.
These are marketed as “Easter” resources, but really, you could go through them anytime you need a quick-but-powerful way to access real spiritual refreshment.
And they’re only 12 days long, so they’re a perfect way to experiment with how just a few minutes a day with God can bring the spiritual growth you’re looking for.
Now, let’s talk about 5 ways to grow deeply with God.