“Winning” Series Daily Readings
Winning with Jesus together.
Join fellow Crossroadians in daily devotionals during our Winning series. You’ll be able to read, comment and read others comments using the YouVersion Bible app. Each week we will start a new plan.
Marriage Reading Plan – Begins Sept 7
Craig & Amy Groeschel’s From This Day Forward
You can have a great marriage. The choices you make today will determine the marriage you will have tomorrow. Pastor and New York Times bestselling author Craig Groeschel and his wife, Amy, show you how five commitments can help you fail-proof your marriage: Seek God, fight fair, have fun, stay pure, and never give up. Get the marriage you always wanted, starting right now — from this day forward.
Parenting Reading Plan – Begins Sept 14
Parenting Under Pressure
Being a parent is one of the biggest responsibilities anyone could ever have. All of life’s potential—the good and the bad—exist in your child, just waiting to be coaxed out. We feel tremendous pressure to get it right. “Parenting Under Pressure” is a simple tool designed to help you relieve some of the pressure, while bringing out the best in your child and pointing you to Jesus.
Singles Reading Plan – Begins Sept 21
The Corona Survival Guide for Singles
The coronavirus has made being single very complicated. Maybe the quiet is your problem. Maybe the dinner table silence is what you wish you could change. Maybe the isolation is increasing your anxiety, loneliness, and fear. This five-day reading plan was written specifically to offer encouragement for single Christians.
Student Reading Plan – Begins Sept 28
The Fresh Student Devotional
It’s hard to start a new “habit.” This is also true when it comes to starting a devoted life for Christ. This devotional is designed to help students start “Fresh” by developing a closer relationship with God, regardless of their past issues and mistakes. Over the next 7 days, you will read through Proverbs, known as the “wisdom” book of the Bible, in order to apply these verses to your life. Let’s get started “Fresh.”