5 Things to Do in a Good Morning Girls Break

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Do you lead a Good Morning Girls Bible study group?

Are you wondering what to do as we head into another break before our next study?

Today we wrapped up our Good Morning Girls Isaiah 23-43 study.

As we head into a break, you may be wondering what you should be doing with your groups until our next study.

As we head into another Good Morning Girls break from Bible study, here are 5 creative things you can do to keep your groups active. #alittlerandr #GoodMorningGirls #Biblestudy #Leadership

The purpose of having Good Morning Girls groups is to offer accountability among trusted women to remain faithful in daily Bible reading and prayer.

So, while we may be in a break between studies, you may wish to keep your accountability groups active. 

5 Things to Do in a Good Morning Girls Break

You don’t have to pause your groups, or even close them and reopen new groups before the fall study.

Whenever Good Morning Girls is in a break, you are free to proceed in whatever way the Lord leads and according to the needs of your ladies.

If you feel you need to take a break as well, please feel free to do that. Sometimes we need to pull back and focus on our own private time with the Lord, and that is okay. 

Even Jesus pulled away to be alone with His Father.

But, if you think your ladies would benefit from ongoing accountability until the next study begins, here are a few ideas that may spark some inspiration.

1. You can do a former Good Morning Girls’ study. 

In the blue menu bar at the top of the Women Living Well blog, you will find all of the resources and blog posts for every Good Morning Girls’ study we’ve ever done. 

When you click on a book of the Bible, it will take you to a landing page where you can easily find all of the links and resources relevant to that study.

2. Twelve More Women of the Bible study

Did you know that Courtney has joined up with other amazing Bible study leaders to do a 12-week study called Twelve More Women of the Bible?

You can find the workbook on Amazon and do the study together, studying great women of the Bible!

3. Do a Habit Tracker Challenge

The Women Living Well habit trackers  are a 3-month tracker, so you could continue this challenge through the next study, which will work out well for the Bible reading and prayer sections.

Utilizing the health, sleep, and homemaking portions of the habit trackers, you can encourage your ladies to take every part of their life and make it an act of worship to God.

You can find the habit trackers in Courtney’s store here: Women Living Well Store

4. Do a Scripture memory group challenge

Take a portion from a book we’ve already studied and commit it to memory together as a group. This could be so much fun!

You can get as creative with this as you like.

  • Make Scripture memory workbooks or journals together – or use this free one: Scripture Memorization Challenge Workbook
  • Make printable verses to share with your group
  • Show them how to use index cards as a way to help commit Scripture to memory.

Here are 10 passages I believe every Christian should memorize.

Here are other posts I’ve written about the importance of Scripture memorization and how to get started.

5. Daily Group Check-ins

Maybe your group is ready to take a break from a collective study, and each lady would like to simply read wherever the Lord is directing them.

That is good – healthy, in fact!

But maybe you feel they could still benefit from accountability.

Then you can create group check-ins for your group. Each day, create a check-in post and have your ladies comment – either their SOAK, their thoughts from what they read, or even a simple, “I read today”.

Keeping your Good Morning Girls accountability groups going is as simple or creative as you want it to be.

Do you already have plans for our break?

Take a moment and share below in the comments, maybe we can glean even more inspiration from you today!


P.S. If you’d like to become a Good Morning Girls Bible study/accountability group leader, you can check out the Good Morning Girls Leadership Training series here: Good Morning Girls Leaders Training

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8 Comments

  1. Hi Rosilind,
    Thanks for sharing this. I have been on a lower profile in the last study and my girls have been a bit quiet, but I am encouraged cause I have been seeing them a bit active.
    I would like to rekindle the ? as we wait for the next study.

  2. I have a few books that I need to go back & finish. Ruth 3-4, Psalms 42-50, 1 Kings. So that is how I wil use the next 3 weeks.

  3. I have a friend who reads the same daily reading guide as I do, and we text each other about what we have learned from that passage for the day.

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