Recently I came across an ad for a Max Lucado Easter devotion. I have no idea where I stumbled across the ad but it’s led me to this app.
And next to Facebook & WordPress, it’s my favourite app. I could lie, and say it is my favourite, but we all know I spend far too much time chatting on FB in the groups. Or oogling stitched works. And I have to say WordPress, ‘cause it’s so much better than Blogger, and well, what am I publishing on?!
Anyway, what it sets you up with are short, functional devotionals. There are plenty available, all sorts of themes – I am currently working away on a Newsboys one, based on one of their albums. There are other functions here too, I just haven’t explored properly, but I have used the Verse/Image option. And changed the format to NIV, as that is what I am used to.
Here’s the links for both Android and iCrap:
You can even work online – here’s the current plan: https://www.bible.com/reading-plans/940-we-believe-devotions-from-newboys
With regards to Newsboys, I have loved them since I was a teen. Breakfast is still one of the catchiest songs! & I love this cover.
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Our daughter introduced me to this app last year. I love it. I have a morning and an evening reading programmed – and it’s such a blessing.
Not been around much as DH has been really poorly. Hope you are well. Probably won’t manage to catch up, but at some point soon everything will return to normal 😀
I was hoping DH was recovering & that you were refreshing while he did so. And what is this “normal” you speak of? Foreign concept!
I love this app too. The same company also has a really nice kids app that’s also free. My 5 year old can’t get enough of it.
Thanks for the recommendation. I’ll try that for my five year old