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How To Use the Kairos Journal

The Daily Kairos Journal was born out of a deep acknowledgment that without carving out and cultivating a deep and intimate set-aside time with God, everything else in life not only would not last but would undoubtedly fall apart. We realized that we longed for intimacy and closeness with God, but rarely had the time to seek His face.  Like many of you, we saw how easy it is to get caught up in the current of life. A thousand things demand our attention from sun-up to sun-down and every moment in between. Finally, we decided enough was enough. And so, we set out to create a daily habit of meeting with God. And in that process, we created the...

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How To Start Your Year Off Right

The start of a new year means new opportunities for many things: growth, change, transformation, new hobbies, goals, and dreams. We often sense this urgency to dive into all the new year has to offer and get a head start on getting after what we want to accomplish. As good as it is to have dreams and to cast vision, the truth is, none of our dream planning and vision casting ultimately means much of anything without one thing being at the center of it all:  Jesus. The world will be quick to convince you that to start your new year right, you ought to get all the newest gadgets and dive back into work with new and different strategies...

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Why Should We Practice Sabbath?

Sabbath, as defined by the Oxford Dictionary, is “a day of religious observance and abstinence from work, kept by Jewish people from Friday evening to Saturday evening, and by most Christians on Sunday.”  So, why is it so important that we keep, honor, and practice Sabbath?  In order to properly answer and address this question, we must go back to the Old Testament.  1. God set the precedent for Sabbath rest One of the very first things we read when we open up the Hebrew Bible is God resting from his work after Creation.  “On the seventh day God had completed his work that he had done, and he rested on the seventh day from all his work that he...

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5 Tips To Start Reading The Bible

If reading the Bible is something you’re new to doing, or haven’t really done in a long time, it can be quite daunting to suddenly jump back in. Where do you start? How do you study? When is the best time to read it? How do you understand everything that is going on? There are a lot of questions and factors to consider.  As scary and even overwhelming as it may be to read the Bible, here at Daily Kairos we want to encourage, empower, and equip you with all the tools and resources you need to start reading the Bible in an approachable way. The end of reading, learning, and studying is the gaining, growing, and grasping of the nature...

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5 Tips for a Better Morning Routine

When it comes to spending time with the Lord, there are no rules or regulations on how it ought to be done. The beauty of life and of Christ is that He’s given us the freedom of choice-- we choose if we want to accept Him as our Lord and Savior, we choose if we want to live our lives surrendered to Him, we choose if we want to obey Him. We also get to choose when and how we spend time with God in the Word and in prayer.  Throughout scripture, we see how different figures like David, Moses, Abraham, and Jesus himself all woke up early in the morning to pray and seek God. Have you been longing...

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