Looking for a Christian devotion? Here we have a variety of Christian devotionals designed to encourage and inspire.
A Devotion by Cathy Buntin reflecting on the theme of growth. Cathy encourages us to take some time out to check our spiritual health and provides some examples of how we can grow in our faith.
Part one in a two part series. A devotion by Phil Walker exploring the theme of growth. Do we grow from the hard things we experience in life? Phil explores the idea in this thoughtful piece.
One for all the busy parents out there! In this encouraging devotion @MelissaLikes encourages parents to take some time out of the busyness of parenthood to cultivate their relationship with God.
A Devotion by Rachael Birch exploring growth. This motivating piece explores how growth means different things to different people, incorporating some exciting examples of how to take that leap.
A personal reflection by Anri. Whether it’s something small you are facing, or the biggest battle you have faced thus far, the end result will always be the same: God will never leave you.
A devotion by Mim. Isn't it funny that in surrender, rather than striving, we find the ability to fight our battles? It sounds like they shouldn't go together, right? An oxymoron.
A devotion By Rebecca Flory. "We may be sinking into deep depression or losing our faith. We may not want to admit to anyone, especially ourselves, that we need help. Dear friend I’ve been here..."
A Devotion by Anna Kettle on the theme of battles. Anna shares her thoughts on how we can discover His peace in the midst of the raging battles of life. Read on for some encouragement.
A devotional by Phil. Let’s be honest, we’ve all broken boundaries before. In one area or another, we’ve stepped over the line. However, here is the good news!
A Devotional by Anri. Our human nature seems to be to oppose boundaries, however, we should realise that God’s boundaries are set in place to guide us into the right direction.
A devotion by Cathy. When you hear the word boundaries, what do you think? I almost think it has the same impact on me as the word 'discipline'! Something that is set to spoil things...
Part three of Phil Walker's series on boundaries. "What is our motivation for setting and sticking to boundaries? Is it to serve ourselves, or to honour God?"
Part two in Phil's devotional series discussing setting boundaries. Phil offers some general advice he has found useful himself. Read on to learn more and don't forget to leave feedback.
A devotion by Phil Walker. Most of us will have thought about what we consider to be acceptable sexually and then tried our best not to cross these lines. Read more in part 1 of this series.
A devotion by Abi Nevill. I spent most of my teenage years trying to change everything that made me ‘me’. When I think back, it was all so consuming. It takes time to discover your identity.
A devotion by Mim. Our value can be ingrained in our nature to the very core of who we identify ourselves to be. Beliefs that have grown with us over the years. But what does God say about us?
A devotion by Cathy. When I was a teenager many years ago I remember the night I gave my life to Christ as if it were only yesterday and the verse I received that night.
A devotion by Phil Walker. It’s important to say that it really does not matter how the world sees our job, our role, our actions in life. Some will be great in the eyes of God AND in the eyes of the world.
A devotion by Phil Walker. Do you know that you are more than what you do? Because I can assure you it’s true! And I’m going to show you why if you keep on reading.
A devotion by Iyore. When your Father sees you, He sees His Child; His beloved. God does not see you as the friend who left sees you. Read on for some encouragement on the theme of identity.
A devotion by Bekki Flory. Growing up, we can begin to struggle as labels start to consume us. Don’t hold onto labels you don't want, or have outgrown, or that have never really been part of you at all.
A devotion by Lynn Roberts. Our identity can be so easily knocked and cleverly redefined yet it’s purpose, when true, is to free you and to propel you into all God has for you.