Devotionals Daily

Miracles in the Middle of the Mess

A scar is what happens when the word is made flesh. — Leonard Cohen, The Favourite Game Here I am, Lord. Everything that’s brought me to this place at this time I offer up to You. I’m holding nothing back. Do with me and through me as You will. Thank You for the honor of

    Prayer

    Patriot’s Prayer: What We Can Do for Our Country

    So this day shall be to you a memorial. — Exodus 12:14 (NKJV) In honor of the veterans of the Civil War, Supreme Court Justice Oliver Wendell Holmes Jr., who had been wounded three times during that war, said the following in a Memorial Day Address in 1884: It is now the moment when by common

      Bible

      Is Your Faith Stuck?

      Watch the Trailer for Stuck by Jennie Allen   This lesson in the study describes two ways to live. One way is to know God, to be His, to be filled with His Spirit and to enjoy life and peace. The other way is to be enslaved to our flesh, constantly pleasing it, and ultimately

        Deals

        eBook Deals of the Week

        Feed your e-reader with these hot ebooks deals available on Kindle, iBooks, Nook, and from ChristianBook.com for a limited time only! Each week we unveil new ebook deals from two of the country’s leading Christian book publishers – Thomas Nelson and Zondervan – and you’ll find these Christian ebook deals right here! From bestsellers to

          Women

          Fiction Friday: Robin Lee Hatcher

          Editor’s note: It’s Fiction Friday! Today we’re sharing with you some great titles by the great Robin Lee Hatcher. If Robin is new to you, here’s what some of our favorite Christian fiction authors have to say about her: Whenever I want to fall in love again, I pick up a Robin Lee Hatcher novel.

            Family

            How to Choose a Bible Translation for Your Child

            I’ll never forget it. I was in first grade and reading! The excitement welled up in my chest when I walked past the kindergarten room and into my new Sunday school classroom. However, the class held some surprises that day. The first one came when I discovered the first-grade class sang songs from the children’s

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