Spiritual Journey


The journeys we take are often meaningful. A spiritual journey is no different. Jesus took time away to be with his Heavenly Father – fasting, praying and getting ready for what was ahead. God took his people on an incredible journey, out of slavery, across the desert and into a land that was filled with promise. Mary and Joseph took that epic journey into Bethlehem where the savior of the world was born. The wise men took a road trip in search of a King and followed a star that led them to Jesus. Journeys grow people, refresh people, prepare people and transform people.

From Hope Delayed to Hope Abounds – each week has a dferent theme of hope that will act as a thread throughout the devotional readings.

Week 2

Hope Received: Hope is not a finger-crossing wish, but a person named Jesus. When we realize our need for saving, this is the best place to find ourselves because we are ready to receive Christ’s free gift of grace, forgiveness and healing


Day 8 - Hope Received

April 16
Music for the day: “I Have this Hope,” Tenth Avenue North


Day 9 – Little Green Sprouts

April 17
Music for the day: “You Have My Surrender,” Lauren Daigle


Day 10 – Wacky Wednesday

April 18
Music for the day: “Rescuer,” Rend Collective


Day 11 – Trust & Control

April 19
Music for the day: “Control,” Tenth Avenue North


Day 12 – Poiema

April 20
Music for the day: “King of the World,” Natalie Grant


Day 13 – Why Do You Worship?

April 21
Music for the day: “The Great I Am,” Phillips, Craig & Dean