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Walking with God: a 10-Day Poetic Devotional

INTRODUCING OUR FIRST DEVOTIONAL We are beyond excited to be sharing our new resource with you today! Not only is this tool one that we know will encourage you in your faith - but it's one that only came about because of what the Lord is doing through the Kairos community 🙌 If you've been here for a while, you may remember that we shared a poem from one of our community members, Deb, in one of our weekly emails. We received such an incredible response from so many folks saying they were encouraged by her writing, that we asked Deb if she'd like to partner together to create a devotional for our community. Personally, we've been so inspired and touched...

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He is risen! 🙌

“…it was impossible for death to keep its hold on Him.” (Acts 2:24) Happy Resurrection day, friend! Christ has risen! He is the Lord of Life! He has victory over the grave! 🙌 The resurrection means that Jesus is in fact the Son of God and Lord of all. It means that evil and death are overcome and that we have resurrection power to overcome sin in our lives.  It means that God is who He says he is. Matthew 28:6 says it so profoundly:  “He is not here; he has risen, just as he said. Come and see the place where he lay.” The angel of the Lord stating facts! “He did exactly what he said he would…come and check out...

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Forsaken & Forgiven

What comes to your mind when you think of Jesus' final words on the cross? "My God, my God, why have you forsaken me?" (Matthew 27:46)   What does the word forsaken make you think of? These words weren't mere words. They were a cry that came from Jesus' very soul, as he faced something he had never known before: the separation of his Father's fellowship and the actual outpouring of the Father's wrath upon himself for our sin. Charles Spurgeon considered this same question, with a focus on the word "you": "'Thou:' I can understand why traitorous Judas and timid Peter should be gone, but thou, my God, my faithful friend, how canst thou leave me? This is the worst of all, yea worse than...

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Which Version of the Bible Should You Read?

Deciding what version of the Bible to read can be exciting, but it’s also a really important decision to make. If you’re somewhat new to reading scripture or if you’re simply looking for a new version to dive into, it’s important to know which version is going to be the right choice for you.  The good news is that we’ve done the work for you to decipher and determine which versions serve which audiences best. But before we dive into what kind of versions there are and if you should read them, let’s establish why there are different Bible translations at all and how they came about.  Why are there different Bible translations? Language has changed drastically over the years, inciting...

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How To Start Praying

Prayer can seem like such a daunting and even sometimes archaic task. Is it necessary? Why do we do it? And even if we understood it, how do we even go about it?  All of these questions and musings are valid and completely understandable to ask. Even Jesus’ disciples themselves asked him, “how should we pray?” So if you find yourself in that situation or season, don’t be discouraged. You are not alone; in fact, you’re in excellent company. The truth is, if you’re asking how to pray, you’re asking one of the best questions out there.  What is Prayer? Let's start at the very beginning: what is prayer? Simply put, prayer is honest and vulnerable conversation with God. At its...

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