Rev. Bryan Wolfmueller has put together a lot of great resources, including this one, The Devotional Challenge Book. Originally written for his confirmands, this 16-week workbook is very appropriate for individuals, families, and other groups.
In his own words:
This text is designed as a workbook to be used for 16 weeks. At the end of this workbook the reader should be equipped to sustain the daily work and joy of hearing God’s Word and prayer.
Each week introduces a new Devotional Challenge.
The daily worksheets which follow instruct the Christian in that particular challenge. When you begin you will only need this workbook, but as you progress you will begin using your own Bible, hymnal, and other resources. We will warn you ahead of time when you will need to have supplemental texts, but here is a list for those of you who like to plan ahead.
Week 10: Bible
Week 16: Notebook or Journal
The plan of this Devotional Challenge Workbook is such that you are working your way out of the workbook and into the Bible and other devotional texts. The workbook is training you away from this workbook.
In the first few weeks you will only need a couple of minutes for each day’s challenge. As the challenges are added each week there will be more time required, reaching a maximum of 15 or 20 minutes on week 8. This time is long enough to spend some time with the Scriptures and in prayers, but brief enough to not be burdensome. Of course, any time we open the Scriptures we could spend hours considering and praying the words. This workbook is not intended to be a burden, but rather bring the blessing of the Lord’s Word into our ears and hearts.
This Devotional Challenge Book is designed to be used individually, but it can also be used as a family or with a group. It is offered to the church with the prayer that it will be helpful for the Gospel, that the Word of Christ would dwell in us richly (Colossians 3:16) and bear the fruit of life and salvation.
This workbook may be downloaded for free at www.wolfmueller.co.
Pastor Bryan Wolfmueller
Ash Wednesday, 2017
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