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The Upper Room Disciplines 2025

A Book of Daily Devotions  
The Upper Room

Longing for daily spiritual renewal with God? The Upper Room Disciplines is essential reading for all who yearn to live everyday grounded in God's word and hope. In this beloved and bestselling year-long devotional, you'll find inspiring daily meditations and prayers from diverse Christian thought leaders to help deepen your daily life with God. Each week, a different thought leader will provide fresh perspectives and meaningful reflections to deepen your understanding of scripture and God's longings for you and your community. Following the Revised Common Lectionary, a three-year cycle of scripture readings, Disciplines sparks new insights and revelations on scripture being prayed with and preached around the world. Disciplines also includes a Small Group Leader's Guide, and a Guide to Daily Prayer. Among the writers for the 2025 edition of Disciplines are Jorge Acevedo, Bishop Sidwell Mokgothu, Osheta Moore, J. Dana Trent, Bishop Cedrick Bridgeforth, and Nadiyka Gerbish.

The Upper Room Disciplines 2025 Enlarged Print

A Book of Daily Devotions  
The Upper Room

Longing for daily spiritual renewal with God? The Upper Room Disciplines is essential reading for all who yearn to live everyday grounded in God's word and hope. In this beloved and bestselling year-long devotional, you'll find inspiring daily meditations and prayers from diverse Christian thought leaders to help deepen your daily life with God. Each week, a different thought leader will provide fresh perspectives and meaningful reflections to deepen your understanding of scripture and God's longings for you and your community. Following the Revised Common Lectionary, a three-year cycle of scripture readings, Disciplines sparks new insights and revelations on scripture being prayed with and preached around the world. Disciplines also includes a Small Group Leader's Guide, and a Guide to Daily Prayer. Among the writers for the 2025 edition of Disciplines are Jorge Acevedo, Bishop Sidwell Mokgothu, Osheta Moore, J. Dana Trent, Bishop Cedrick Bridgeforth, and Nadiyka Gerbish.

Pastoral Pause

A Practical Guide to Renewal Leave  
Greg Pimlott

In the demanding realm of pastoral ministry, where energy fades and the threat of burnout is ever-present, pastor Greg Pimlott offers a lifeline. With disarming humor and refreshing honesty, Pimlott invites us into his own transformative journey from burnout to spiritual revitalization, providing encouragement, inspiration, and practical tools for other pastors on the brink of exhaustion and considering a renewal leave.

Looking Inward, Living Outward

The Spiritual Practice of Social Transformation  
Daniel Wolpert

Discover how spiritual practices can inspire social change. From the author of Creating a Life with God and Leading a Life with God comes a new book exploring how a life of prayer is inextricably connected with social transformation. Drawing from Jesus’ teachings from the Sermon on the Mount, spiritual director and pastor Daniel Wolpert describes 12 spiritual practices for individuals and communities that lead to justice and healing on earth as it is in heaven.

Speak, My Soul

Listening to the Divine with Holy Purpose  
Marsha Crockett

Our soul speaks … but can we hear it? In our noisy and overcrowded lives, it's often difficult to find the space to listen deeply to our own inner voice, let alone the voice of God. In Speak, My Soul, spiritual guide Marsha Crockett leads you through seven pathways for slowing down and discerning God's promptings in your daily life. Using the psalms as a spiritual roadmap, the journey will include seven weeks of daily meditations, prayers, practices, and prompts to help you enter and explore the quiet landscape of the soul, speaking to you even now.

Where We Meet

A Lenten Study of Systems, Stories, and Hope  
Rachel Gilmore, Candace Lewis, Tyler Sit, ...

In Where We Meet, four members of the Intersect network invite you to immerse yourself in the stories of Jesus and the early church. Together, they also explore their own stories, examine past shortcomings of the church, address difficult questions, and envision a brighter future that better reflects the good news of Jesus.

Shaped by the Word, Anniversary Edition

The Power of Scripture in Spiritual Formation  
M. Robert Mulholland Jr.

In a success-oriented world, it is easy for Bible study to become another task to perform rather than a transformational experience. Those who hunger for a deep relationship with God often struggle with barriers that keep us from being able to meditate and listen to God with the deepest core of our being. Shaped by the Word seeks to overcome these barriers through a formational reading of the Bible. In this timeless book, Robert Mulholland shows readers how to listen for God's voice in our study of the Word and allow God to lead our reading and understanding so that we may truly be transformed.

The Upper Room Disciplines 2024

A Book of Daily Devotions  
The Upper Room

Challenge yourself to a deeper relationship with Christ each day with The Upper Room Disciplines. Readings in this year-long devotional will awaken and strengthen your awareness of God’s presence in your daily life. Each week a different Christian thought leader offers daily meditations and prayers that will help you engage in God's Word.

The Upper Room Disciplines 2024, Enlarged-Print Edition

A Book of Daily Devotions  
The Upper Room

Challenge yourself to a deeper relationship with Christ each day with The Upper Room Disciplines. Readings in this year-long devotional will awaken and strengthen your awareness of God’s presence in your daily life. Each week a different Christian thought leader offers daily meditations and prayers that will help you engage in God's Word.

Creating a Life with God, Revised Edition

The Call of Ancient Prayer Practices  
Daniel Wolpert

Over the past four decades, author Daniel Wolpert has answered the question "What do you do for a living?" with "I am a student of the spiritual life." In the original foreword to Creating a Life with God, Wolpert was called a “Pray-er” — someone who knew how his life was altered and transformed by prayer and someone who accepted the invitation to join Jesus in prayer to tend the longing in his heart. Both statements are still true today.