Christ's Concluding Days
This book is designed to help you and your family remember and celebrate Christ this Easter, as you are guided through five important days in the Gospel story. These days are all part of Christ's journey to the cross and offer great insight into the person of Jesus. We hope you will find this resource a great companion read for your study of Holy Week.
Resurrection Eggs are a wonderful visual for families as we remember Jesus during the Holy Week of Easter. The download comes with a supply list and scripture reading for each day of Holy Week. All you need is an egg carten and you have yourself a fun daily family devotional activity!
Bread and Wine
A time for self-denial, soul-searching, and spiritual preparation, Lent is traditionally observed by daily reading and reflection. This collection will satisfy the growing hunger for meaningful and accessible devotions. Culled from the wealth of twenty centuries, the selections in Bread and Wine are ecumenical in scope, and represent the best classic and contemporary Christian writers.
C.S. Lewis (Author, Contributor), G.K. Chesterton (Author), Philip Yancey (Author), Frederick Buechner (Author), Madeleine L'Engle (Author)
Final Days of Jesus
Designed as a day-by-day guide to Passion Week, The Final Days of Jesus leads us to reexamine and meditate on the history-making, earth-shaking significance of Jesus’s arrest, trial, crucifixion, and empty tomb. Combining a chronological arrangement of the Gospel accounts with insightful commentary, charts, and maps, this book will help you better understand what actually happened all those years ago—and why it matters today.
Celebrate the Greatest Rescue Mission in History Nearly 2,000 years ago, a simple wooden cross and an empty tomb served as the setting for the greatest rescue mission in history the good news of a loving Father going to great lengths to save his broken children. Every year at Easter, with a joyful shout of "Christ is risen!" we declare again the climax of this great story.
Your Sorrow Will Turn to Joy
Holy Week is not an obligation. It is an opportunity.
In the chaos of our increasingly fast-paced and hectic society, the annual coming of Holy Week each spring is a reminder to pause and ponder, to carefully mark each day, and not let this greatest of all weeks fly like every other.
The Gospel According to God
In his best seller The Gospel According to Jesus, John MacArthur called the church to consider how it had lost sight of what it means to follow Christ—yielding to Him as Lord—and it shook the evangelical world. John’s follow-up books, The Gospel According to the Apostles and The Gospel According to Paul, answered criticisms to the first book and dug even deeper into the salvation truth communicated throughout the New Testament.
Remember the Resurrection
Together, with the Holy Scriptures, we will go back in time, walk with the disciples during the time of the resurrection, and personally reflect on the importance of the resurrection. My aim in this devotional series is to help you become more mindful of the resurrection through life lessons on faith.
Love to the Uttermost
Devotional Readings for Holy Week begins on Palm Sunday, ends on Easter Sunday, and aims to focus our attention on Jesus as he displays his love to the uttermost (John 13:1). These meditations on the self-giving love of Christ are all excerpted from the preaching and writing ministry of John Piper.
Journey to the Cross
Lenten Devotional from a faithful church. This six-week devotional is set to themes of Week 1- Repentence, Week 2- Humility, Week 3- Suffering, Week 4- Lament, Week 5- Sacrifice, and Week 6- Death. Thorough and centered on scripture, this devotional leads the reader to worship Christ through the 40 days of lent.