Are you feeling overwhelmed? Want a quick tip that can work better than a day at the spa? A quiet moment with God can be very simple and refreshing, especially during the rush of the holidays.

I remember the first time I overheard someone talking about their quiet time with God and wondering, “What are they talking about?”

I asked my Mentor if she spent quiet time with God and she began to pour into me powerful stories of her very own quiet times.

Are you asking the same question?


Will making time for Jesus this Christmas really change my life?

Choosing to spend time reading His Word and praying for a few quiet moments uninterrupted and without distractions is a life-changer. Taking just 60 seconds to stop and listen for His response may make all the difference.

“Be still and know that I am God.” Psalm 46:10 ESV


For me, it is first thing in the morning. This sets the tone for the day. But if things get a little sideways, later on, I can repeat as needed. No matter if you are a morning or evening person, the important thing is intentionally setting the time aside to be with God.

“But seek first the kingdom of God and his righteousness, and all these things will be added to you.” Matthew 6:33 ESV



I prefer my favorite chair. But, I know a lot of moms who use the parked car to find silence for a minute or two. Others find peace outdoors in God’s creation. Discover what fits with your existing routines.



I select a scripture and meditate and pray. I also quietly wait for a response as all loving conversations are a two-way street.

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Ask God to meet you in the quiet space you’ve carved out and you won’t be disappointed. “Behold, I stand at the door and knock. If anyone hears my voice and opens the door, I will come in and eat with him, and he with me.” Revelation 3:20 ESV

Jayme Hull

Author Jayme Hull

Jayme Hull is a dynamic speaker and passionate mentor who motivates audiences to invest in others through mentoring. Shaped by countless mentors over the past, Jayme now has the privilege of mentoring millenial women for the past thirty-five years. As a Church Mentoring Consultant she trains Church leaders how to successfully produce mentor programs.

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