I’m trying something new this year with my daily devotions. I set up a private Facebook group with a couple of friends and we plan to slowly work our way through portions of the New Testament, encouraging each other as we go.
We used to meet for Bible study, but ever-changing work schedules and responsibilities make that more difficult these days. But technology makes it so easy to stay in touch, that I figured we should give it a try. I’ll keep you posted about our progress.
So, I’m curious … are you trying anything new this year for devotions? Maybe it’s a new devotional book, or you are reading through the Bible chronologically, or you are trying your hand at a prayer journal. Whatever it is, let us know. It might spark an idea for the rest of us.
Lee Warren is a freelance writer and editor who has written twelve non-fiction books, one novella and hundreds of articles for various newspapers and magazines as well as edited more than 50 books that currently appear in print. He's a fan of NASCAR, baseball, tennis, books, movies and coffee shops.
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