Children’s Devotions

Go: The Shunammite woman made room for Elisha in her home. As the summer wanes and a new school year begins, walk through your home and consider what you need to make room for, either physically or mentally. What clutter needs to be removed? What...

Go: Through Nathan, God confronted David’s wrongdoing. Where you do see injustice or wrongdoing in your area of influence? What one action could you take to confront injustice? Pause: Breathe in, God of justice; breathe out, use my feet to stop_______. Snap: Snap a photo of...

Go: David welcomed Mephibosheth and invited him to eat at his table. Plan a special meal for your family this week and considering inviting a friend or friends to join you. Pause: Breathe in, God of compassion; breathe out, thank you for welcoming me. Snap: Snap...

Go: Samuel did not expect God to choose David as the next king. Take a walk in your neighborhood and observe people and nature. Look for the unexpected! Pause: Breathe in, God of surprises; breathe out, open my eyes to new possibilities. Snap: Snap a photo...

Go: Saul went in search of his family’s lost donkeys. Search for a farm in your area where you can visit these special creatures. Or learn cool facts about donkeys. Pause: Breathe in, God, when I’m lost; breathe out, you are with me. Snap: Snap...

Go: Sit outside in the evening and listen to the sounds of nature and people. Close your eyes and listen for God’s voice in the stillness. Pause: Breathe in, Here I am; breathe out, Lord, speak to me. Snap: Record a thirty-second video of nighttime sounds...

Go: When you go grocery shopping this week, notice the variety of fresh produce available and pray for the farmers and workers whose labor makes it possible. Learn about gleaning programs in your area and how you can be involved. Pause: Breathe in, Thank you God;...

Go: Step outside in the morning this week and notice the dew---on the grass, flowers, or your car! As Gideon did, view it as a sign that God is present and working among us each day. Pause: Breathe in, Dew from heaven; breathe out, refresh me...