Boundless intern Kathryn Sill shares about her experiences starting a regular personal devotion time.
When I was a child, my dad used to begin our family’s day with Scripture reading. But as I got older, my parents stressed the importance for me to have my own devotion time. However, I am embarrassed to admit that in middle school and my first two years of high school, I slacked off. At church I remember our pastor telling us that listening to him preach wasn’t enough; we needed to read the Bible ourselves and study it.