And after he had dismissed the crowds, he (Jesus) went up on the mountain by himself to pray.
You have said, “Seek my face.” My heart says to you, “Your face, Lord, do I seek.”
We want to be a church that encourages and equips the body to follow Jesus's example to find a quiet spot and seek the Lord with all our hearts — every day, not just on Sundays. The below devotional resources are shared with that ideal in mind. (These are just ideas to get you started. Most are free or inexpensive.)
At this Navigators LINK you can sign up for a free daily devotional viai email. There are two to choose from.
The Revive Our Hearts website is a wealth of women's ministry resources, but this LINK will take you to a page with four PDF devotionals that you can download or print.
Another Navigators resource is this PDF of a Bible reading plan called 5x5x5 New Testament Reading Plan. This plan is good for anyone who needs help in figuring out where to start reading their Bible.
Meditating on and memorizing Bible verses will enrich your devotionals and can bear lovely fruit in your life. Here are two resources for you. The Fighter Verses link provides a very comprehensive list of verses referencing a variety of topics. The Navigators link lists topics related to living out your faith. Both can also be purchased as Apps for your phone.
And don't forget that Pastor Albert has also provided some resources he has written for our use and encouragement:
Ten Ideas to Help Your Devotional Life
Prayer of Daily Consecration
A Church Family Prayer