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Summer Bible Reading Plan for Moms

Summer Bible Reading Plan for Moms

This post is provided by Women Living Well Ministries and Good Morning Girls.

John Piper writes:

Don’t let summer make your soul shrivel. God made summer as a foretaste of heaven, not a substitute.

If the mailman brings you a love letter from your fiancé, don’t fall in love with the mailman. That’s what summer is: God’s messenger with a sun-soaked, tree-green, flower-blooming, lake-glistening letter of love to show us what he is planning for us in the age to come.

“Things which the eye has not seen and ear has not heard, and which have not entered into the heart of man, God has prepared for those who love him.” (1 Corinthians 2:9)

It is easy in the midst of summer fun to let our time in God’s word slip. If you are in need of accountability, I want to invite you to join me as I follow this summer reading plan for moms.

Ministry-of-Motherhood-SOAP-1-542x1024This reading plan follows the “S.O.A.P” method and I will be using it alongside Sally Clarkson’s book The Ministry of Motherhood.

YOU DO NOT NEED TO HAVE SALLY’S BOOK TO JOIN!!!! Reading God’s word is first priority.

What is the S.O.A.P method? The S.O.A.P. Method stands for:

  1. S – Write out the scripture passage for the day. (I have a shiny new notebook where I will be writing out the verse/s of the day.)
  2. O – Write down 1 or 2 observations from the passage. (After I write out the verse, I will write what I learned from the verse.)
  3. A – Write down 1-2 applications from the passage. (Then I will write out how this verse applies to me if it is applicable.)
  4. P – Pray over what you learned from today’s passage. (Then I will pray this verse over myself and my family.)

As you go through this study, if you come across a verse or passage that you don’t understand, I recommend Crosswalk’s Bible Study Tools found here: On this page in the lower right hand corner, you can find links to Bible dictionaries, commentaries (I like Matthew Henry’s and John McArthur’s), concordances, and other Bible translations, etc.

If you need additional resources or to check out different summer study’s, check out


This post is from Courtney with Women Living Well Ministries. Learn more about Courtney and her other posts at Connect with Courtney on Facebook and Twitter.

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Comments (4)

  • kelly rumrill

    how do I sign up to do the summer bible study soap would like to be a part of it thank you

  • Joey Hudson

    I am definitely inspired to do this. When are we starting this?

    • Moderator

      Thanks Joey. You can start this whenever you want. We’re simply providing the resource so that you can utilize it! What might be fun is for you to gather a small group of people around you or even that you know virtually and for you to do it together.


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