November 28th, 2022

Ryan Churchill

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Ryan Churchill, author of The Covenants, Christ, and You, is first and foremost a lover of God’s Word. In everything Ryan writes, his aim and passion is to encourage others to read God's Word as a pathway to worship and intimacy with their Creator. Ryan’s heart is to teach others to engage Scripture with a new lens so they can see themselves through their Father's eyes, through the eyes of covenant. Get Ryan's free devotionals on peace and communion today.

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There’s Hope for the Hopeless in Jesus Christ

Every believer will one day experience a moment of hopelessness. Today's Bible Study to GO reminds us that there's always hope for the hopeless in Jesus.

The Safety and Danger of Psalm 91: Rightly Dividing God’s Promise

Psalm 91 is a favorite of many - even Satan tried to reference it! Let's take a look at its promise of God's safety and the subtle ways we can misinterpret the text.

Do Good Men and Women Really Need a Savior?

Do good people need a Savior? Do really nice people ever need to repent? Here's what our loving Father has to say.

The Bible and Social Media Do’s and Don’ts

Though the Bible is centuries old, there's a solid relationship between the Bible and social media behavior. The connection lies in one word...

From Victory to Fear to Victory: What Are You Doing Here?

Today’s Scripture Lesson: 1 Kings 19 On the Run: Elijah, the Slayer of Baal’s Prophets? We join the story of Elijah, God’s prophet, right after...

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Devotion Movie: Wartime Honor, Present-Day Gratitude

Devotion tells the true story of two heroic US Navy fighter pilots who helped turn the tide in the most brutal battle in the Korean War.

Where’s the Bloom? One Plants, Another Waters, God Makes it Grow

As one plants and another waters, trust God to make every good work grow. In the meantime, give thanks for one another and the chance to labor with God.

Resources for Ukrainians Extended to Russian POWs

Prison Fellowship Ukraine has long served Ukrainian inmates but is pushed to the limit by wartime realities—and gospel requirements.

It’s Okay to Be Hopeless, and Here’s Why

We all experience seasons of hopelessness. But here's what that hopeless feeling is trying to teach us for our own good.
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