resultsQuiet Time


You're a Master Planner

Your sweet spot is staying the course—reliably and consistently in your day-to-day morning routine with Jesus.

You are a meticulously organized woman who needs a clearly-defined schedule and clear-cut assignments for a thriving morning routine with Jesus. Your best friends describe you as predictable, stable, committed, and dependable.


When it comes to your quiet time, the intentional prioritization has never been a question. It's just a matter of what you are going to dig into next.


Most of all, you love the smell of an office supply store.


You're a Curious Explorer

Your sweet spot is in discovery—making your own unprompted light-bulb connections with the Holy Spirit guiding your morning.

You are driven to explore, learn, and understand the world around you and aren’t satisfied with taking someone else’s word for something - you need to see it for yourself. Like Moses in Exodus 3:2-4, you can’t help but turn aside to look at something that catches your eye.


Your curiosity and imagination can allow you to think beyond conventional boundaries and revolutionize your understanding of the Bible if you let it.


You are much more comfortable committing to 15 minutes of intentional Scripture study over a generic and abstract commitment to “reading more.”


You're a Dream Believer

Your sweet spot is seeing the big picture—in your right-now days and also full of faith for what God has next.

You are a big-picture thinker, often imagining the possibilities more than seeing things simply as they are now. You enjoy conceptualizing, prefer new things over routine, and are always looking for the deeper meaning of something. Because of that, you are incredibly proficient at applying Scripture to events and issues around you.


You thrive on deep topics like spirituality, growth, ethics, and values.

Most importantly? You trust God's voice speaking to you over your five senses.


You're a Word Digger

Your sweet spot is living in the details—grounding your faith in the irrefutable Scripture facts that support it.

While many women around you approach their mornings with Jesus with feelings first, you prefer taking a more logical, data-driven approach. You thrive in details over abstractions, appreciating a study of the Bible that leaves you with practical applications instead of wondering what, exactly, it was that you just read.


You thrive on deep-diving into a verse and instinctually know when there is more to a word than meets the eye.

You are the most likely one of your friends to pour yourself into theology and tend to stick to the same Scripture-study regiment.


You're a Social Thriver

Your sweet spot is human connection—if you aren't doing a Bible study with people, you are studying about them.

Story short: you love people. You excel in social settings and have a natural ability to carry conversations with friends and strangers alike. You are adept at building and maintaining relationships, are a skilled communicator, and understand the nuances of social cues that many people never even notice.


You have a keen ability to manage your own emotions and also the emotions of the people around you.


Your love for people naturally lends itself to eagerly sharing of what God is speaking to you.

I'm Jane Johnson

I'm a Bible teacher, Scripture-digger, 90s rap aficionado (I bet you've never seen those things together before), and miracle-mama three times over.


The decade-long wait for motherhood forced me to dig into the depths of Scripture with white-knuckle faith, refusing to let go of God because I knew He would never let go of me.


These days, I teach women like you how to dig deep into God's Word the same way.

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