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Devotion Commemorating Martyrs Perpetua and Felicitas

Today we remember martyrs Perpetua and Felicitas, who were killed in Rome in the third century.

Ash Wednesday Devotion about the Source of Our Righteousness

On this penitential day of Ash Wednesday, we recognize that the consequence of our sin is death, and it is only through our Lord Jesus that we can gain eternal life.

Devotion about the Transfiguration of Our Lord

In Year C of the three-year lectionary, the Gospel for Transfiguration is from the Book of Luke.

An Introduction to the Incarnation

Jesus Christ is both true God and true man. He is the Second Person of the Holy Trinity, God of God, Light of Light, very God of very God, as we confess in the words of the Nicene Creed. We refer to the “incarnation” of Jesus using a word that derives from two Latin words: in and carne, meaning, quite literally, “in fleshing.”

How One Word Can Change Your Devotion Time

In January 2018 and 2019, a lot of people abandoned New Year's resolutions in favor of a single word that would influence everything they did that year.

Devotion about Joseph for the Seventh Sunday after the Epiphany

We focus today on the Old Testament Reading, which is the account from Genesis 45 of Joseph forgiving his brothers in Egypt.

Devotion about Suffering on the Commemoration of Polycarp

Polycarp was a first-century Christian bishop in Smyrna who was martyred for his faith. Today’s devotion talks of the persecution in Smyrna that was foretold in the Book of Revelation and of God’s care for us in our suffering.

Why I Wrote God’s Gift of Family

My name is Brenda, and I am the author of God’s Gift of Family. But I’m also a mother of five, a wife, and the founder of Run Hard. Rest Well., a nonprofit that seeks to restore the biblical rhythm of balance between work and rest.

Walking in the Light (Even in the Dark)

Here in Northern Illinois, we are deep in the heart of winter. The days are short and the sunlight can be nearly impossible to find some days. It seems as if it is dark when I wake up and go to school, and somehow it’s nearly dark when I leave school as well.

Books of the Bible Study Questions: Exodus

For a book about wandering in a desert for forty years, the Book of Exodus sure has a lot of excitement.