"Let the word of Christ dwell richly in you, teaching and admonishing one another in all wisdom, singing psalms and hymns and spiritual songs, with thankfulness in your hearts to God." Colossians 3:16
The Dwell Journal is a 30-day prompted prayer journal designed to help you make the most of your quiet time. Each daily entry features a two-page spread that leads you to read the word, reflect on truth, and respond in prayer. It's not fussy. It's not complicated. It just works.
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Back when my girls were in preschool, I was overwhelmed and struggling to keep up. It was my job to encourage others to read and understand Scripture, but in my personal life I could hardly manage to find time to read the Bible for myself, which made me feel like the biggest phony ever. Something had to give, and that’s when Muscadine Press was born.
We're so glad you asked! Muscadines are a distinctly Southern variety of grape. They're happy to grow on their own in the wild, but they also flourish in cultivated vineyards. With a sweet flavor and tough skin, muscadines love the sun and produce more grapes than anyone knows what to do with. The Bible says that Jesus is the true vine and the Father is the vinedresser. As believers, we're branches of that vine, offshoots from the main source of life, and we're called to bear fruit. Just like muscadines.