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Hannah Osborne

Hannah is a digital marketing specialist at Equip Ministry Resources. She currently lives in the Mitten State, but previously called St. Louis home when she was a copywriter at Concordia Publishing House. On most days, you’ll find Hannah cooking new vegan recipes, running really slowly, and laughing far too loudly.

Recent Posts by Hannah Osborne

September 2019 Everyday Faith Calendar

Children, especially at a young age, need to learn how to utilize all five of their senses. They’re learning that a stove can be hot to touch, that cookies smell good, that they don’t like the taste of green beans, that they recognize their mom’s voice out of all the others in a room, and that they must wait to see the WALK sign before crossing the street.

August 2019 Everyday Faith Calendar

Kids have a lot of emotions, and they’re way worse at hiding them than adults. (Well, maybe not all adults. I once cried because I wanted falafel, but couldn’t make it because my food processor was broken.)

July 2019 Everyday Faith Calendar

Doing family devotions takes a lot of commitment, consistency, and motivation! There may not be a more challenging time for that than the middle of the summer, when family vacations, holiday celebrations, family gatherings, and just plain old summer fun fill our calendars.

It’s not easy to gather your entire family in one place at one time, but using spare moments to draw your family closer to God is key. 

If you’re looking for small ways to make a difference in your family’s summer routine, family devotions are one way to do that! The Everyday Faith Calendar can be quick—if you only have five minutes in between dinner and a softball game, you can squeeze it in. Or if you want to go more in-depth, you can do that too!

Here are a few summer-centric ideas for finding time in the Word with the Everyday Faith Calendar!

Bible Journaling with Your Kids

Bible journaling is a pretty popular activity—but the perception seems to be that it’s only for women. And while it might seem like a female-only practice, all Christians can benefit from Bible journaling!

Cleaning Out Clutter This Lent

One year for Lent, I gave up Pop-Tarts.

Go on a Different Kind of Valentine’s Date This Year

Valentine’s Day is a pretty divisive holiday; few people feel neutral toward it.

January 2019 Everyday Faith Calendar

When I’m looking for a new book to read, I usually read the first sentence and see if it captures my attention. If it does, I’ll usually give it a shot. I need those first few words to give me a sense of the author’s voice and what’s going to happen.

December 2018 Everyday Faith Calendar

Growing up (and even in adulthood), I often just heard “Jesus fulfilled all the Old Testament prophecies,” but I never knew exactly what those prophecies were. I knew that the Israelites were waiting around for a Savior/Prophet/King to appear and that Jesus was the fulfillment of that, but I never knew the specifics.

October 2018 Everyday Faith Calendar

This month, we’re pulling out key verses from the Book of Romans to prepare for the celebration of the Reformation on the last day of October.

July 2018 Everyday Faith Calendar

Happy July! It’s officially summer!

Whether your family is traveling cross-country, lounging at home in the air conditioning, or running from summer camp to summer camp, you need to stay grounded in the Word.