Devotional meditations

Devotional thoughts published in Standard

Fifty-two articles reflecting on specific Scripture passages. These were originally published by what is now The Foundry in a Faith Connections adult Sunday school curriculum take-home piece. Each devotional grew out of that week's Sunday school scripture passage

Come Ye Apart devotional articles

Two weeks of devotrional writings in Come Ye Apart

Devotionals about pastors

Sermon on the Mount -- Six devotional reflections (Matthew 5-7)

Four weeks of daily devotionals originally published in a quarterly devotional guide called Come Ye Apart. The title of the devotional guide was taken from the King James Version wording of Mark 6:31. The New International Version puts it: "Come with me by yourselves to a quiet place."

Devotionals with an amateur radio flavoring

34 brief devotional thoughts using illustrations from the world of amateur (or "ham") radio. Originally published in "The Transmitter," the newsletter of the Nazarene Amateur Radio Fellowship.

Advent devotional

"Are you ready?" A meditation written for a Christmas devotional booklet published by the ministerial students' organization at Southern Nazarene University.

Waiting on the Holy Spirit

Seven devotional articles written as pre-trip orientation material for university students going on summer mission trips.

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An Explanation of Christian Devotional Practices

To Christ-followers, "devotions" typically refer to specific acts or practices undertaken by individuals or groups to deepen their spiritual connection with God or to express their faith. These practices often include prayer, meditation, reading scripture, worship, and reflection. Devotions can be personal, such as a daily prayer time or reading from the Bible, or they can be communal, such as attending a weekly church service or participating in a prayer group. The goal of having devotional times is to cultivate a closer relationship with God and to grow in one's faith. Devotional practices can vary widely among different Christian denominations and traditions.

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