Released in the UK November 2019
Released in the US November 2019
Large trade paperback | 240 Pages
9781527104235 • £12.99 $16.99
BISAC – REL006000
Inspiring quotes and inspirational stories will always be popular, but they rarely change lives. After reading the quote, hearing the story, and experiencing some feelings, we often go about our business as usual. What we need is a spiritual resource that helps us focus on heart issues, life change, and the rhythm of the Christian life.
This year–long devotional takes 365 questions asked in the New Testament, and shows you how to change your focus, reorder your affections, and reprioritize your loves. It will compel you to love God and others more selflessly, and wean your heart off the lies and lures of this world.
Brian J. Wright
Brian J. Wright (Ph.D.) serves full–time in pastoral ministry as a chaplain for the Federal Bureau of Prisons, and is adjunct professor for several universities and seminaries. Both his pastoral and academic work have been featured on several Christian media networks, such as Christianity Today, The Gospel Coalition, Desiring God, and Power for Living.
What a marvellous idea to deal with the questions that the Bible deems worthy to deal with. God knows the snags in our thinking and addresses them before we do. This book will be a blessing to all who read it!
Senior Pastor, Denton Bible Church, Denton, Texas & author of several best–selling books including ‘The Book of Romance’, ‘A Life Well Lived’ and ‘Walking on Water When You Feel Like You’re Drowning’
I love how Brian Wright has designed a devotional led by the questions in Scripture. Questions are confrontational. And these inspired questions get to the heart of the matter. Reflecting on one of these questions each day, and then reading Brian’s take–action commentary will be time well spent.
Author of Housewife Theologian, Theological Fitness, and No Little Women
If you are looking for a fresh approach to engage Scripture, this is the devotional for you. Brian uses questions asked by Jesus, the disciples and others for each devotional and challenges the reader to interact with Scripture through reflection and application.
Director of the Institute for Prison Ministries, Billy Graham Center, Wheaton College, Illinois
… a biblically saturated, yet wonderfully practical devotional for the twenty–first–century church. Indeed, it is written in such a simple (yet profound) way that I would feel comfortable giving it out to any church member. I highly recommend that you read this insightful devotional, and then read it again with others!
James J. Ackerman
President and CEO, Prison Fellowship