Devotion on Persecuted Joy

Today’s devotion comes from Luke 6:22-23, where Jesus invites those who are persecuted to rejoice. When was the last time you rejoiced when facing opposition to living out the good news?

For our sermon series, The Kin-dom of God, we are calling on people to grow into the family of God that breaks down barriers instead of building them up in a divisive election season.

Each weekday of the series, we will have a morning devotional from Luke 6. You are invited to join us in reading and praying from Luke 6 each day.

Devotion by Pastor Dallas Flippin.
Music by Worship Leader Brently Groshong.

Devotion on Blessings and Persecution

Today’s devotion comes from Luke 6:22, where Jesus declares God’s vision of blessing for those who are persecuted on account of Jesus.

For our sermon series, The Kin-dom of God, we are calling on people to grow into the family of God that breaks down barriers instead of building them up in a divisive election season.

Each weekday of the series, we will have a morning devotional from Luke 6. You are invited to join us in reading and praying from Luke 6 each day.

Devotion on Weeping and Laughing

When was the last time you had a good cry? Pastor Theodore invites you to reflect on the finite nature of our circumstances. The scripture reading is from Luke 6:21b, 25b.

For our sermon series, The Kin-dom of God, we are calling on people to grow into the family of God that breaks down barriers instead of building them up in a divisive season.

Each weekday of the series, we will have a morning devotional from Luke 6. You are invited to join us in reading and praying from Luke 6 each day.

Devotion is specially led today by Pastor Theodore Turman of the First Baptist Church of Detroit. Music by FBC JXN Worship Leader Brently Groshong.

Devotion on Hunger and Blessing

Today’s devotion comes from Luke 6:21a, 25a, where Jesus declares God’s vision of hunger and blessings.

For our sermon series, The Kin-dom of God, we are calling on people to grow into the family of God that breaks down barriers instead of building them up in a divisive election season.

Each weekday, we will have a morning devotional from Luke 6. You are invited to join us in reading and praying over Luke 6 each weekday.

Devotion on Belongings and Belonging

Today’s devotion comes from Luke 6:20, 24, where Jesus declares God’s vision of poverty and richness and God’s kingdom.

For our sermon series, The Kin-dom of God, we are calling on people to grow into the family of God that breaks down barriers instead of building them up in a divisive election season.

Each weekday of the series, we will have a morning devotional from Luke 6. You are invited to join us in reading Luke 6 each day, and spending prayer time with us each week day on a text from Luke 6.

Devotion by Pastor Dallas Flippin.
Music by Worship Leader Brently Groshong.

Devotion on the Power to Heal

Today’s devotion comes from Luke 6:18-19, where the crowds seeks Jesus because they want to be healed. Where do you need healing in your life?

For our sermon series, The Kin-dom of God, we are calling on people to grow into the family of God that breaks down barriers instead of building them up in a divisive election season. Each weekday of the series, we will have a morning devotional from Luke 6. You are invited to join us in reading Luke 6 each day, and spending prayer time with us each week day on a text from Luke 6.

Devotion by Pastor Dallas Flippin. Music by Worship Leader Brently Groshong.

Devotion on A Level Place

Today’s devotion comes from Luke 6:13-16, where Jesus names his disciples. Who are your twelve, those who you walk with in life and can grow in God with?

For our sermon series, The Kin-dom of God, we are calling on people to grow into the family of God that breaks down barriers instead of building them up in a divisive election season. Each weekday of the series, we will have a morning devotional from Luke 6. You are invited to join us in reading Luke 6 each day, and spending prayer time with us each week day on a text from Luke 6.

Devotion by Pastor Dallas Flippin. Music by Worship Leader Brently Groshong.

Devotion on Naming the Twelve

Today’s devotion comes from Luke 6:11-12, where Jesus in the midst of people’s anger at him chooses to regularly practice prayer. How is your prayer life in this season of life?

For our sermon series, The Kin-dom of God, we are calling on people to grow into the family of God that breaks down barriers instead of building them up in a divisive election season. Each weekday of the series, we will have a morning devotional from Luke 6. You are invited to join us in reading Luke 6 each day, and spending prayer time with us each week day on a text from Luke 6.

Devotion by Pastor Dallas Flippin. Music by Worship Leader Brently Groshong.

Devotion on Making Time for Prayer

Today’s devotion comes from Luke 6:11-12, where Jesus in the midst of people’s anger at him chooses to regularly practice prayer. How is your prayer life in this season of life?

For our sermon series, The Kin-dom of God, we are calling on people to grow into the family of God that breaks down barriers instead of building them up in a divisive election season. Each weekday of the series, we will have a morning devotional from Luke 6. You are invited to join us in reading Luke 6 each day, and spending prayer time with us each week day on a text from Luke 6.

Devotion by Pastor Dallas Flippin. Music by Worship Leader Brently Groshong.


For the prayer sermon series that is mentioned in this devotional, see the following audio podcasts of our sermons from 2019. Find all the Prayer sermons on our website.

Devotion on Suspicious Eyes

Today’s devotion is about repenting from suspicious eyes. Join us in reading Luke 6:6-11, and meditating on God’s way of seeing the world.

For our sermon series, The Kin-dom of God, we are calling on people to grow into the family of God that breaks down barriers instead of building them up in a divisive election season. Each weekday of the series, we will have a morning devotional from Luke 6. You are invited to join us in reading Luke 6 each day, and spending prayer time with us each week day on a text from Luke 6.