When it comes to love, are we putting the emphasis where Jesus put it? How can we talk about loving our neighbors without talking about evangelism? Having the “mind of Christ” is not about making generic sacrifices; it’s about sacrificing for the SPIRITUAL needs of those around us.read more
Use our Christian daily devotional books and Bible study resources to learn greater devotion to God
Is devotion to God your primary passion? Our daily devotionals and Bible studies are designed to help you pursue this important spiritual goal. More than mere fluff, our books are “devotional books with a difference.” If you’re ready to grow, we’re here to support you.
The WordPoints Daybook Series provides daily devotional meditations, while our collection of Bible study tools will give you guidance in exploring the Scriptures. The WordPoints blog will challenge your thinking on a variety of religious topics. We’d especially like to draw your attention to the Daily Family Bible Studies, a collection of biblical themes for families to talk about together.
I sincerely hope you’ll join me on this journey, a journey which is by far the most important of all our endeavors! As you use the WordPoints website, feel free to share your insights or questions with me. I’d love to help you in your Christian daily devotion.
Gary Henry – [email protected]
I like to think of hope as the active exercise of faith. It doesn’t mean never being in darkness or doubt. It means that in darkness or doubt we choose to look at the bigger picture, and based on the bigger picture, we decide to keep going forward.read more
If we’re serious about increasing our lifespan, we need to start granting more honor to old age. Youth was never meant to be anything but the beginning stage in life, and we shouldn’t try to hang on to it so desperately. Old age is a good thing. It’s what a long life is all about.read more
Our minds are tugged this way and that by multiple concerns. Consistent and easy devotion to God is a habit that must be acquired, a skill that must be learned. Like most other good things, godliness takes training, discipline, and regular practice over time.read more