Focus your heart on God’s faithfulness with a 365-day devotional that will renew your strength every morning.
With a New Year comes a new opportunity to set and stick to your resolutions. If spending more time with God is your goal this year, committing to a daily devotional will help you stay on track. Whether you’re diving into your faith for the first time or you’ve been connecting with God for years, these devotionals will keep you encouraged. Focus your heart on God’s faithfulness with a 365-day devotional that will renew your strength each and every morning.
The One Year Uncommon Life Daily Challenge
Strengthen the core of your life and faith with this yearlong journey with beloved Super Bowl-winning former head coach Tony Dungy. The One Year Uncommon Life Daily Challenge contains 365 reflections from the New York Times best selling author on living an “uncommon life” of integrity, honoring your family and friends, creating a life of real significance and impact and walking with the Lord.
Wisdom from Above: Daily Encouragement from the Proverbs
Inspired by a lifetime of learning God’s wisdom, New York Times bestselling author Dr. Charles Stanley has created a 365-day devotional, full of timeless teachings from the book of Proverbs and inspirational guidance for every day of the year. Wisdom from Above is filled with spiritual insights that offer courage for difficult times, inspiration to be the best person you can be and confidence that God is always with you.
Daily Guideposts 2017: A Spirit-Lifting Devotional
Are you looking for a compass to orient you on your spiritual journey? This devotional is sure to point you in the right direction! Offering 365 daily reflections based on Isaiah 41:10, it is packed with all new stories from 60 contemporary writers as well as inspiring scriptures and practical prayers. It is a wonderful way to start or end your day!
After many years of writing in her prayer journal, missionary Sarah Young decided to “listen” to God with pen in hand, writing down whatever she believed He was saying to her. It was awkward at first, but gradually her journaling changed from monologue to dialogue. She knew her writings were not inspired as Scripture is, but they were helping her grow closer to God. They are written from Jesus’ point of view, thus the title of this 365-day devotional Jesus Calling.
Jesus Always is Sarah Young’s second full 365-day devotional since Jesus Calling, focusing on the topic of joy. Through Jesus Always, Sarah shares with her readers how to experience true joy now and always. With scripture and personal reflections, she brings Jesus’ message of joy for today and every day. These devotions will intimately and gently connect you with Jesus – the One who meets you where you are – reaching out with joy-filled reminders from the Word of God.
Our Daily Bread Devotional Collection
When you’re in the midst of life’s challenges, be reminded of the encouragement, hope, promises and down-to-earth advice that God offers! A great gift for any occasion, this beloved collection features 365 meditations from the perennial best-selling devotional as well as Scripture readings and reflective thoughts.
Simple Pursuit: A Heart After Jesus
Simple Pursuit contains 365 daily devotionals written by a collective of 18–25-year-olds from the Passion Movement for their peers. Each day of this yearlong journey will inspire you to perfect the pause, allowing God to break through the noise of this world with the truth of His Word. The overflow of your daily pursuit will lead you on to be winsome – living an irresistible life focused on the central purpose and mission of Jesus.
Starting Your Day Right: Devotions for Each Morning of the Year
Seek the Lord in the morning and you’ll stay closer to him all day long! In this morning devotional, are 365 brief inspirational devotions to help you put God first before you face the world. Joyce Meyer shows you how to enjoy every new opportunity, balance out extremes, act with self-control, live without fear and much more.
We hope these devotionals encourage you to spend time in fellowship with the Father all year long.
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