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Imagine how your life might change if you followed Jesus up that Galilean hillside, hearing His most famous Sermon for yourself as you sat in the tall grass. Imagine how the world might change if you followed Him down the mountain, reaching your arms out as He did to a harvest field desperate for His touch.
With accessible, warm, and down-to-earth writing, you don’t have to imagine these things, for beloved author and Bible teacher Kelly Minter brings to life the teachings and healings of Jesus in vivid color.
This season, let’s not mistake the holiday ideal for our Savior, Jesus Christ.
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Did you know Kelly began her career as a musician? Before teaching God’s Word through speaking engagements and Bible studies, she made a living strumming her guitar, collaborating on cowrites, and singing songs about The Lord. Listen to her best-selling Hymns & Hallelujahs here.
From the Blog
The holiday season is upon us and so are all the impossible expectations. (Is this too Grinch-ish for the beginning of a devotional?) During this season our joys and sorrows are magnified. Not to mention, Thanksgiving, Christmas, and New Year’s each bring with them a...
“Blessed are the poor in spirit, for the kingdom of heaven is theirs.” Matthew 5:3 Sometimes when I’m really out of sorts, my friends will remind me of how truly blessed I am, how much I have to be thankful for. But this always feels like an evasion to me, like...
I remember loneliness well. It settled in like a long fog. Everywhere I moved, it was there. I had lost my tightly knit community for varying reasons—in the end, it was for one reason in particular: my friends and I were moving in opposite directions. The eventual...