3 Reasons To Sign Up For Our Blog And Email Updates
Do you want to understand who God is? Know Him personally and experience His love and power? Discover His unique purpose for your life? Be encouraged and strengthened by Scripture? You’ve come to the right place.
When you sign up to get our blog and email updates, you’ll get:
1. “God, You Said WHAT?!” – our Short, Twice-Monthly Blog
Discover more about God’s true nature, character, and heart – and what it can mean to you. Add comments, ask questions, and engage in lively discussion with others.
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Find out about items recently added to the website that may be of interest to you: new products, special deals, free resources, “God At Work” testimonies, and more.
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You’ll receive a link to download and/or print “Hope For Every Day”, 14 days of devotions that will encourage and strengthen you. You can have ABUNDANT HOPE every day. That’s God’s will for you.
If you want to know God and build your faith, these Bible-based resources will be invaluable to you. Fill out the form on this page, and get your free Hope devotional now!
Here’s what others have said about “Hope For Every Day”:
Enlightening and uplifting…Easy to understand and a great reinforcement for people who already know some Bible scriptures. For those who are new to the Bible, it would be extremely helpful in understanding the scriptures. –Adam and Teresa Kayler – Florida
It is wonderful! We like the simplicity of it. The reassurance of our Heavenly Father’s absolute love for us is refreshing and leaves us feeling hopeful. Having specific steps for action is nice. All of the scriptures and advice for getting out of the worrisome state of mind are really great. –Cynthia and Ray Espinal – Florida
This past year has been the hardest and most difficult that I have ever had. Keeping my eye on God’s abundant hope for the future is the only thing that kept me going. Your 14 days of Hope For Every Day gave me something new each day to set my sight on rather than my own problems. –Beth Revis – Colorado
We enjoyed working with the devotional as a family…to share time together to reflect upon our lives and where we were going spiritually. It opened up some interesting conversations at the dinner table and gave everyone a chance to participate. –Kyle and Christine Kayler – New York