Online Devotions

Journaling is an excellent way to hear the voice of God speak into your life. Writing it down helps us to remember what God has blessed us with, as well as the lifelong lessons He wants to deposit into our hearts. Our prayer is that you will allocate some time to spend with the Creator of the universe, and allow Him to mold you into the person He created you to be! 

Below is an example of how we journal using SALT as an acronym to inspire us. The double blessing is that you not only get to learn how to DO devotions but you'll also be discipled by Pastor Sheldon as he shares what the Lord is teaching him!

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Speak to me:

Open your Bible to the reading found under today's date of your Bible bookmark. Take time reading and allow God to speak to you. When you are done, look for a verse that particularly spoke to you that day, and write it in your journal. Ask the Holy Spirit to inspire you as you read.


What do you think God is saying to you in this scripture? Ask the Holy Spirit to teach you what He wants you to do because of what you've read.


Personalize what you have read, by asking yourself how it applies to your life right now. Perhaps it is instruction, encouragement, revelation of a new promise, or corrections for a particular area of your life. What did you learn and what are your next steps?

Talk with God:

This can be as simple as asking God to help you use this scripture, or it may be a greater insight on what He may be revealing to you. Remember, prayer is a two way conversation, so be sure to listen to what God has to say! Now, write it out.


Pastor Sheldon's Devotions

Today's Devotion:


Speak to me: “But as a mountain erodes and crumbles and as a rock is moved from its place, 19 as water wears away stones and torrents wash away the soil, so you destroy a person’s hope. (‭Job‬ ‭14‬:‭18-19‬ NIV)

Action: Work with Your sovereignty.

Learn: As Job was expressing his frustration and how he felt in his situation, he likens what he’s going through to a mountain that erodes and crumbles, how a rock is moved from its place, how water wears away rocks, and how torrents wash away the soil.

Job concludes that You must be the kind of God who destroys ones hope.

Talk with God: Heavenly Father, I can vent all I want and express how I feel in my life or even with You. But what my venting could never do is point out that you are a destroyer of hope. If anything, You are the giver of hope. Thank You for giving me hope beyond my own comprehension. Therefore I will cooperate with Your sovereignty in my life.