Devotional

Daily devotional life of Scripture and prayer

A neonatal nurse reflects on how Mary, the earthly mother of Jesus, might have experienced labor and delivery centuries ago.

Whether or not we perceive God being present with us, he is our anchor and the source of our peace.

Does your faith resemble a glowing blaze emitting warmth and light or is it more like a heap of dying embers?

The acronym CALM is a biblical prescription for professional and personal worries.

When we go through suffering, God reminds us he’s with us and he cares, even if he doesn’t reveal the “why.

These 5 tips from runners also apply to the spiritual life and how we run our race for Christ.

Mary Thompson invites busy nursing students to have an "everyday conversation" with God.

When we hope in God, we look upward and focus on the future with an eager anticipation of what God can and will do.

Jesus Christ, whose birth we celebrate this month, came to live with us. Real people saw God with their eyes, touched him, and listened directly to the Word of God. What a powerful experience!

When God shows up and asks me to do something impossible or risky, I remember Mary’s response, “I am a servant of the Lord; may it be done according to your word!”

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