The YouVersion Bible App is made by Life.Church in the USA. They believe that a daily rhythm of seeking intimacy with God has the power to transform lives.
24-7 Prayer has partnered with YouVersion to create daily devotional plans to help you pray and encounter God:
Prayer can often feel challenging, complicated or confusing. In this 21-day plan, Pete Greig, co-founder of the worldwide 24-7 Prayer movement, delves into the Lord’s Prayer to demonstrate the simplicity and beauty that we can find in our daily relationship with God. See this profound prayer through fresh eyes, and grow in your own sustainable rhythms as you connect with God each day.
Pause and pray as you prepare your heart for Easter. Be guided by Pete Greig, as you join Jesus on His journey to the cross, through the tomb, and into resurrection life.
Be still. For some, these two simple words are a welcome invitation to slow down. For others, they feel impossible, out of reach in our increasingly noisy world, or simply just too hard to maintain. Brian Heasley demonstrates how we don’t need to be static for our hearts to be still, and how even in the midst of a full, busy life, we can spend quiet time with God.
As we sit in the storm of the Coronavirus pandemic, we’re embarking on a journey that none of us have been on before. In this 3-day devotional plan, 24-7 Prayer’s International Prayer Director Brian Heasley explores how we can gain peace at this time by trusting in God, unpacking the story of Jesus calming the storm in Mark 4.
During this time of global uncertainty, connecting with God in prayer is vital. In this six day plan, Pete Greig, founder of 24-7 Prayer, unpacks how to practically pray through the Coronavirus crisis, exploring themes in scripture and practical application for daily life that will bring strength and hope in the midst of this challenging season.
Fix your eyes on Jesus. Explore the story of His birth through the eyes of the people caught up in the first Christmas. Take a 14-day journey through the Christmas story captured in the Gospel of Luke: examine your life, pray for yourself and others, and recommit yourself to following Jesus again this Christmas.