Devotionals for Adults

The Four Gospels
There is One whose promises always prove reliable. Jesus promised life, but not just any life. He promised a life that would be full and satisfying, and that promise has proven true for two thousand years. Indeed, everything you need to experience real life is found in Christ.

Not quite sure if that is true? Well, consider taking a trip through the Four Gospels, encountering Christ through God's Word in nearly 100 total devotions. I promise you'll be glad you did!
The Letters of Paul
Be aware. This devotional does not add any water to the Gospel. Instead, it will boldly challenge you to strive after the standards, requirements, and expectations of God's Word. This devotional teaches total surrender not agreeable assent, and Christ-likeness over fitting in. This book is designed to point you to a holy God that desires to guide your life, not tag along with what you are doing.

All 13 letters of Paul. 90 total devotions!
Acts and the General Lettters
When you read the Bible, you are not looking at words on a page. No, you are walking in the mind of Christ. When you hold the Bible in your hand, you hold God's heart. When you dig into the Word of God, you dig into the Lord's deepest desire for your life. Spending time each day reading the Bible is spending time each day with Jesus. You read His thoughts, discover His will, peek into His heart, and grab hold of His grand plan for you. Now that is something to get excited about!
The First 100 Days
Life is not a sprint. It is not even a marathon. No, life is a Tough-Mudder, Iron-Man, and Spartan Race all rolled into one! Perhaps, in the middle of this race, you have found yourself exhausted, overwhelmed, depleted, and defeated. If so, it's time for a restart. Grab hold of this devotional and let the next 100 days be the first 100 days of the rest of your life.
The Path to Spiritual Maturity
Many Christians live a "surface-life" existence, while all sorts of things are churning below. They put on their Sunday best, show a fake smile, loudly sing songs of praise, say "Amen" at the end of prayers, and use all the right words. But under the surface, there is unresolved hurt, excused sin, struggles, and unhealthy habits which are not being addressed. Can you relate? If so, spend the next 30 Days learning to dig deep and find healing.
Who Am I?
In this devotional, discover who you are and all that you can be!

Understand that, in Christ, you are so much more than you could ever imagine. Each day, dig into the Scriptures and learn more about God's awesome plan and tremendous purpose for your life!

Bonus: Five extra devotionals!
Searching for Truth
This devotional delves into several of the most asked questions--Do I really need God? Where can I find joy? Does God want me to be happy? Are little sins really such a big deal? Will God test me? Does God help those who help themselves? If Jesus loves me just as I am, why must I change? Does God give more than we can handle? What's wrong with self-sufficiency? Are prayer and Bible study optional for the Christian? Spend the next 30 Days discovering the answers to these questions and many more!
God Unboxed
In this devotional, see how human nature tends to put God in a box.

In an attempt to control or understand the Lord, we naturally try to catergorize God. But the Lord CANNOT be boxed! He is bigger, grander, mightier, and more amazing that we could ever imagine. Spend 30 Days opening up the box. When you meet God for who He truly is, you will be truly changed!
Surrender
When most of us think of surrender, we think of giving up and giving in. Images of white flags, yellow cowardice, and black spots in history pop into our mind. Yet, if we let this idea seep into our relationship with Jesus, then we have a serious problem. Because when it comes to truly knowing and experiencing more of Christ, surrender is the key. We will never truly know and experience Jesus Christ without first surrendering totally, completely, and unreservedly to Him.
Christmas
In this devotional, you will be confronted with how our culture has made Christmas all about us.

Christmas, however, is Jesus' birthday. Because of that, the question we must ask ourselves this holiday is, "What does Jesus want for His birthday?" Not sure? Grab hold of this devotional and spend the next 30 Days discovering the answers.
Enlarge Your Heart
We know that The Grinch was not of a fan of the Christmas Season. Dr. Seuss tells us that the reason "could be that his head wasn't screwed on quite right. It could be, perhaps, that his shoes were too tight. But I think that the most likely reason of all may have been that his heart was two sizes too small." Perhaps, this holiday season, you find yourself feeling quite like the Grinch. If so, spend the next 30 Days enlarging your heart through time with the Lord!
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Devotionals for Children & Youth

Table Talks -- 100 Devos
God's plan from the beginning has been incredibly simple. "Parents you teach your children about Me as you walk through life together. Then, when your children grow up and leave the home, they will turn around and do the same for their children."

That is the purpose of this devotional. Let it be a tool to help daily disciple your children and pre-teens.
The Four Gospels
There is One whose promises always prove reliable. Jesus promised life, but not just any life. He promised a life that would be full and satisfying, and that promise has proven true for two thousand years. Indeed, everything you need to experience real life is found in Christ.

Not quite sure if that is true? Well, consider taking a trip through the Four Gospels, encountering Christ through God's Word in nearly 100 total devotions. I promise you'll be glad you did!
The Letters of Paul
In these pages, total surrender is taught, not agreeable assent. Christ-likeness is the call, not fitting in. This book points youth to a holy God that wants to guide their lives, not tag along with what they are doing. It urges the coming generation to grab hold of a vision to follow Christ, not culture; to seek after holiness, not Hollywood stars, and to desire heavenly things, not worldly ones.

If you are ready to let God change our youth so they can change the world, then lets get started!
Acts and the General Letters
When you read the Bible, you are not looking at words on a page. No, you are walking in the mind of Christ. When you hold the Bible in your hand, you hold God's heart. When you dig into the Word of God, you dig into the Lord's deepest desire for your life. Spending time each day reading the Bible is spending time each day with Jesus. You read His thoughts, discover His will, peek into His heart, and grab hold of His grand plan for you. Now that is something to get excited about!
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