In this episode, we chat with Natalie Abbott who is the Co-Founder and Chief Content Officer at Dwell Differently. Natalie’s desire is to help women find ways to meditate and memorize the truth of God’s Word all throughout their day—and the work they are doing at Dwell Differently captures this desire in the way they provide tools for Scripture memory.
Natalie shares how she incorporates Scripture into her busy life as an executive, writer, podcaster, pastor’s wife, and mother to five. She encourages flexibility and grace and offers practical tips to fitting Scripture reading and memory into your everyday life. She reminds us that hiding the truth of God’s Word in our hearts will reap rewards and benefits for years to come. Come chat with us about how to prioritize Scripture when life is busy!
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1:34 - About Natalie
3:30 - The story behind Dwell Differently
7:02 - Why memorize Scripture?
12:49 - How to fit Scripture in when you’re busy
17:27 - Other obstacles we face to spending time in Scripture
22:21 - Overcoming the shame we experience when we don’t prioritize Scripture
26:08 - Grace for the imperfect Bible reader (which is all of us)
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