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Category Archives: Devotionals

Do You Feel Like You Live in a Battlefield?

If you feel beaten down or torn asunder by your daily walk through the trenches of spiritual warfare, this is the prefect free email devotional for you: Encouragement on the Battlefield. Author and speaker Sheri Rose Shepherd knows that we live our lives in a spiritual battlefield, which is why she has written so much […]

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Free Email Devotional: An Encouraging Word from Max Lucado

Max Lucado has spent the last 40 years telling the story of God’s grace in books, in pulpits, on broadcasts, on music tours…every chance he gets. Max’s message of God’s unfathomable grace has resonated with people around the world for the past 30 years, making Max one of the world’s most popular authors, selling nearly […]

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The Nehemiah Code: An Interview with O. S. Hawkins

Are you looking for a new beginning, perhaps in a relationship, a business, an athletic team, or even your own integrity? What lessons can be learned from Nehemiah, a civil servant from 2500 years ago, who rallied a community to rebuild their broken city wall, and by doing so, ushered in a new beginning for […]

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Video Lesson 5: Judas—Broken Men and Women of the Bible and What We Can Learn from Them

Editor’s Note: As a special feature, bestselling author and speaker Ann Spangler (@annspangler) is conducting a 5-part brief video class offering surprising insights into five fascinating men and women of the Bible. Ann explores these and many more people of the Bible in her new book, Less Than Perfect: Broken Men and Women of the […]

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Video Lesson 4: Gomer—Broken Men and Women of the Bible and What We Can Learn from Them

Editor’s Note: As a special feature, bestselling author and speaker Ann Spangler (@annspangler) is conducting a 5-part brief video class offering surprising insights into five fascinating men and women of the Bible. Ann explores these and many more people of the Bible in her new book, Less Than Perfect: Broken Men and Women of the […]

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How Eating the Wrong Thing Wrecked Everything

By Ann Spangler For dust you are and to dust you will return. GENESIS 3:19 Adam and Eve are inseparable. Two innocents in paradise, they are content to explore the length and breadth of their garden home, dangling their feet in its cool refreshing streams as they feast on peaches, pears, pomegranates, figs, dates, melons, […]

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Standing Strong Through the Storm of Persecution

Blessed is the one who does not walk in step with the wicked or stand in the way that sinners take or sit in the company of mockers, but whose delight is in the law of the Lord, and who meditates on his law day and night. That person is like a tree planted by streams of water, which yields its fruit in season and whose leaf does not wither—whatever […]

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Free Email Devotional Provides Comfort in Sorrow

The Jewish memorial of Tisha B’Av is a time of mourning, commemorating the many tragedies throughout Jewish history. Yet through shadows of sorrow come rays of hope. Comfort in Sorrow is a series of seven free email devotions exploring the depths of tragedy, and what we can do to transform darkness into light. Tisha B’Av—the […]

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Sign Up for Free Email Anchor Devotional by Haven Today Radio Program: An Interview with Charles Morris

Haven Today is the daily radio program—broadcasting on more than 600 stations in North America and around the world—that tells the Great Story all about Jesus and how he relates to everyday life. Anchor is its daily devotional guide that features brief Scripture selections together with current insights and experiences woven into a few short […]

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Journey Through Jesus’ Parables

Have you ever wondered—as the disciples so often did—what Jesus was talking about when he told parables? When we read and wonder what Jesus meant by the “good soil” in the Parable of the Sower, or if we read the Parable of the Workers in the Vineyard and think its message opaque, it’s tempting to […]

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