You can read the following devotionals on the YouVersion app.
Broken Crayons Still Color: https://www.bible.com/reading-plans/11370-broken-crayons-still-color
Many times what we see as our biggest regrets, failures and mistakes become what God uses the most in our lives. God transforms our brokenness into something more beautiful than we can even imagine. He takes our mess and creates a masterpiece. God is the artist and our lives are His canvas. What will you allow Him to create from the broken pieces in your life? In this 5-day plan, you will read scripture and better understand how broken crayons still color. Start reading here.
5 Prayers of Gratitude: https://www.bible.com/reading-plans/13353-5-prayers-of-gratitude
Prayer changes things. When I pray consistently to God something changes within me. And it can change you too. This 5-day devotional plan can help you form a habit of coming to God in prayer every day. I have taken scripture and reworded them into prayers of gratitude. I pray these prayers help you overcome negativity through applying the power of prayer and God’s Word to your life. Start reading here.
Your Story for God’s Glory: https://www.bible.com/reading-plans/13529-your-story-for-gods-glory
We all have a story to share. YOUR story could help change another person’s life. YOUR unique story could encourage others in powerful ways. Whether it’s in a book or a blog post, YOUR story truly matters. Someone is yearning to hear it. Are you willing to share it? In this 5-day plan, you’ll read scripture and be encouraged in practical ways to share YOUR story for God’s glory! Start reading here.
Following Jesus Even When It Doesn’t Add Up: https://www.bible.com/reading-plans/13592-following-jesus-even-when-it-doesnt-add-up
Sometimes life doesn’t make sense or “add up” in our math. We have life circumstances that make us question whether we can have a full life. Divorce. Death. Sickness. Financial losses. Family conflicts. Life doesn’t seem fair. Maybe you’ve been searching for that “formula” that will help make sense of life. Come explore the life-giving teachings of Jesus and why they truly add up to a full life when practiced. Start reading here.
The Art of Prayer: https://www.bible.com/reading-plans/13636-the-art-of-prayer
Prayer is our lifeline to God and how we access the power of God in our lives. However, it is easy to get distracted in our culture saturated with technology. In this devotional plan, you will learn about the benefits of adding creativity to your prayer life to help you stay focused during your prayer time and cultivate deeper intimacy with God as you meditate on His Word. Start reading here.
5 Prayers for Christian Writers: https://www.bible.com/reading-plans/16373-5-prayers-for-christian-writers
As a Christian writer, you face numerous obstacles along your writing journey. In this 5-day plan, we’re going to pray through five of these obstacles in order to see breakthrough. These include self-doubt/unworthiness, comparison, fear, perfectionism, and writer’s block. As Christian writers ourselves, we hope to see God set you free in order to write words that will outlive you and impact people for eternity. Start reading here.
Do you desire to have a heart for prayer? Psalms 27:8 says, “My heart has heard you say, “Come and talk with me.” And my heart responds, “Lord, I am coming.” Having a heart for prayer is having a heart for relationship. My hope is that each of these days whet your appetite to enjoy a lifetime of sweet prayer with Father God. Start reading here.
Where do we turn during uncertain times? In this plan, we’ll allow Jesus to renew our hope in order to rise above any circumstance we encounter and see from God’s perspective. Start reading here.
You Are Safe: https://www.bible.com/reading-plans/20341-you-are-safe
Imagine the Holy Spirit being like a blanket that wraps around you. His wrap around Presence comforts you. He is your Comforter. He is your safe place. God is our Source of true safety in a world of uncertainty. You are safe and secure in His presence. Start reading here.
Bridge to Life: https://www.bible.com/reading-plans/21494-bridge-to-life
Jesus is the bridge to eternal life. Without Him, it’s as if we’re standing on one side of the Grand Canyon. Death is coming for us and we need to get to the other side to safety. We see that It’s too far to jump and there’s no way we can cross on our own. However, imagine a bridge suddenly appearing that spans the Grand Canyon. A bridge to life! Start reading here.
Encounters with Jesus: https://www.bible.com/reading-plans/22187-encounters-with-jesus
Do you desire to encounter Jesus? When we “encounter” something, we are coming face-to-face with it. It’s our hope that over these next five days, we’ll notice our hearts burning within us like the Emmaus Road travelers (Luke 24:32) as we also walk with Jesus. Perhaps we’ll find ourselves having a deeper desire to draw closer to the Son as we encounter Him in unexpected ways. Start reading here.
Yes God Can!: https://www.bible.com/reading-plans/22348-yes-god-can
We serve the God of Yes! Even when everything around us screams, ‘No you can’t’, God’s answer is the final word. All of God’s promises have been fulfilled in Christ with a resounding “Yes!” We hope this plan deepens your trust and faith over these 6 days. With God, we can overcome every spiritual, mental, emotional, and physical obstacle that stands between us and our full potential in Christ. Start reading here.
Celebrate Jesus!: https://www.bible.com/reading-plans/23011-celebrate-jesus
We certainly have reason to celebrate when we think of Jesus. In these four days, we’ll celebrate Jesus as the Light, Living Water, Hope of the world, and Eternal Life. From all around the world, let’s all join in on the celebration this Christmas season! At the end, you’ll get access to four 15-minute workouts based on this same Celebrate Jesus! theme. Start reading here.
One of the definitions of momentum is “force or speed of movement.” Our hope is that these three days will be a jump start to seeing more spiritual and physical momentum in your life. As Hebrews 4:12 says, the word of God is “alive and active”. At the end of these three days, we hope you’ll join our 21 day Momentum Challenge! Start reading here.
Please share these devotional plans with someone you think might benefit from these topics. We pray that God uses them powerfully in your life!