“A Chapter a Day,” Ensign, Jan. 1994, 72
As a mother of three young children, I have often found it difficult to take time for personal scripture study. And sometimes when our children are restless, our family scripture study has not been very rewarding.
One Sunday during a moment of quiet contemplation, I pondered these problems. Softly the answer came. If I studied at least one chapter in the scriptures daily, then at night I could review the chapter with my family.
The system is simple. First, I give a brief overview of the chapter. Next, I relate my feelings and impressions from it. Finally, I read several phrases and verses I feel are important.
Through my studying, I have gained a greater understanding of the scriptures. My husband learns from my summaries even while he wrestles with our children, and I can speak in terms my toddler understands. Our family has received many blessings from this answer to a prayer.—Ronda Hinrichsen, Perry, Utah