Today we celebrate the feast of St. James of Jerusalem, brother of Jesus and son of Mary. We take our devotional reading from James, The Apostle of Faith about the Epistle James and its origins.
Today we focus on the reading from Revelation with a devotion from The Revelation to John.
As we commemorate St. Bartholomew, also known as Nathanael in the New Testament, we focus on the Old Testament Reading. Our devotion is from Concordia Commentary: Proverbs.
For today’s feast, we remember the Apostle Barnabas. Our devotion focuses on the reading from Acts and is from LifeLight: Acts, Part 1—Leaders Guide.
We remember St. Titus today by reading a biographical excerpt from Introduction to the Books of the Bible.
On this feast day when we remember the first Christian martyr, we read a devotion from Men and Women of the Word: 45 Meditations on Biblical Heroes.
On the Feast of St. Andrew today, we read a Portals of Prayer devotion about Andrew’s selflessness in sharing the Gospel with others.
As we remember St. James today, we read an excerpt from LifeLight: James and Jude—Leaders Guide about his upbringing and his authorship of the biblical book that carries his name.
As we remember today when John was martyred, we read a devotion from Concordia Commentary: Mark 1:1–8:26.
On the feast day for St. Bartholomew, we take our devotion from Growing in Christ: High School Teacher Guide (NT1).