Our Top Ten Bestselling Christian Devotionals
14 January 2021
Faith is daily journey of discovery and devotionals are a wonderful way to help you explore and enjoy your relationship with God. Devotionals can be the perfect way to start or end your day, and can provide tips and inspiration on how to live a happy and healthy life. Here are our top ten devotionals, old favourites and sure to be new ones, that you can buy today!
Author and broadcaster Sheridan Voysey draws on both personal experience and Christian faith to explore the greater meaning to be found in the world around us. Reflecting on the themes of Joy, Wonder, Meaning, Belonging, Compassion, Callings, Seasons, Change, and Hope, this uplifting, thoughtful, and affirming gift book will inspire readers of all ages and life stages.
Beautifully designed throughout, this book will help you create a pause in your day, whether in the quiet early hours, as the night falls, or somewhere in between— a moment to stop and reflect on the things that matter.
Read our Reflect with Sheridan blog post here.
Watch Sheridan discuss below one of his inspiring themes in Reflect with Sheridan – Why Beauty Leaves Us Breathless
2. Pylon People by Cath Woolridge
“I found this book to be beautifully expressed in artwork as well as Scripture and if you are looking for someone to help take you on a journey of growth, this book will not disappoint.” Christy Wimber
Pylon People is a creative Christian journal featuring contemporary illustrations in full colour. A beautifully illustrated and unique devotional that directly addresses our powered-up days and powerless days, our seasons of sunshine and of rain. Woolridge shares her vision of us as “Pylon People,” standing with our arms outstretched to receive and share the power of God’s Spirit.
Pylon People is a brilliant collection of inspiring poems, images and Bible reflections that will empower your spirit.
Come and join the Pylon Pilgrimage by connecting and moving forward in the next 40 days.
3. Fresh From the Word 2021 the Bible for a change by Nathan Eddy
Fresh From The Word: The Bible for a Change 2021 will inspire your Bible reading in a time of change.
Fresh From The Word 2021 invites you to the discipline of daily Bible reading with readers around the world. Bringing together theologians, scholars, creative writers, church leaders, and activists from around the world, Fresh From The Word 2021 offers notes, prayers, and further thought suggestions for every day of the year.
With a wide range of contributors from Buenos Aires-based liturgist and activist Dafne Sabanes Plou discussing the mercy of God, to prison chaplain and Pentecostal pastor Deseta Davis ruminating on God and prison life, there’s bound to be a passage that will inspire you.
The perfect devotional gift for the new year!
Stephen Poxon invites us into a closer relationship with God in this daily devotional exploring the faith of the Pilgrim Fathers.
Part of the inspiring Through the Year With series.
The year 2020 witnesses the 400th anniversary of the voyage made by the Pilgrim Fathers, who sailed from England to America on board the Mayflower. This epic excursion signalled one of the most significant episodes in Christian history, making as it did an enormous impact on the trajectory of Christianity in the USA. Through the Year with the Pilgrim Fathers is a commemorative edition featuring excerpts relating to that event. It is a story of faith, adventure and courage.
Each excerpt is married to a verse of Scripture and a prayer, providing 365 daily readings telling the story of great exploits in God’s service.
5. Through the Year with John Newton by Stephen Poxon
365 daily readings inspired by the works of John Newton, author of the hymn “Amazing Grace.”
Part of the inspiring Through the Year With series.
The Christian life of John Newton was remarkable: from a childhood marked by the tragic death of his mother and the estrangement of his father, to a ministry as a hugely influential Anglican cleric. Known worldwide as the author of Amazing Grace, it would be nonetheless remiss to focus on this one achievement at the expense of the many.
Through the Year With John Newton seeks to delve into the character and Christian compassion of John Newton, taking the reader through daily reflections based upon his works, carrying the spirit of Newton into the modern age.
Part meditation, part scripture, all visually beautiful; this collection of images painted by Hannah Dunnett explores how we can reflect on God’s word through imagery, as well as words.
Hannah Dunnett’s beautiful artwork, interweaving Bible verses and images, has inspired many people. From sailing boats bobbing on the river to majestic trees and soaring mountains, Hannah paints pictures that help us understand scripture and reflect on God’s word in a fresh way.
Hannah has chosen twenty-four of her favourite pictures and tells the story behind each one. As she draws out key verses and their meaning and offers questions to reflect on, readers will gain new insight and understanding. This beautiful collection of beloved artwork is divided into four sections: The Wondrous Cross, Father God, Teach me Your Ways, and Let Your Light Shine, and will take individual readers, or small groups, on a journey further towards the heart of God.
7. #Niteblessings by Malcolm Duncan
One of Lion Hudson’s most popular devotionals, #Niteblessings by Reverend Malcolm Duncan invites you to encounter God at the end of the day.
#Niteblessings contains a few lines for each day of the year and it’s the perfect size to just flick through and find encouragement for how you are feeling that day. Each blessing draws you into to His presence, releasing you from the pressures of the day into engagement with the Holy Spirit.
Simple yet profound, moving and delightful, each of Reverend Duncan’s messages will renew and encourage you on your walk with God.
More #Niteblessings is the much anticipated sequel to Reverend Malcolm Duncan’s hugely popular #Niteblessings.
More #Niteblessings continues to invite you to encounter God at the end of the day. There are a few lines for each day of the year and it’s the perfect size to just flick through and find encouragement for how you are feeling that day. Each blessing draws you closer into His presence, releasing you from the pressures of the day into engagement with the Holy Spirit.
Simple yet profound, moving and insightful, each of the Reverend Duncan’s blessings will renew and encourage you on your walk with God.
A book of short devotionals for busy people, these readings will help you set aside just a few moments for prayer and reflection.
A collection of reflections and prayers that celebrate the “God moments” that populate every day. This small and beautiful book will allow even the busiest of people to find respite, to reflect, to be encouraged, and lead into the presence of God. Jennifer Rees Larcombe blends observation and insight in these delightful and uplifting reflections.
The perfect devotional to bring rest and peace at the end of a busy day.
10. Then Sings My Soul by Pam Rhodes
BBC’s Songs of Praise presenter Pam Rhodes reflects on her forty favourite hymns in Then Sings My Soul.
Pam is a passionate advocate for our heritage of splendid hymns. Hymns, she explains, help us respond to God: they are “prayers in our pockets”. With her warm personal touch she describes how these hymns came to be written, and considers the perceptions they contain. Each reflection concludes with a short prayer.
Then Sings My Soul is a treasury of fascinating detail, but it is also a source of devotion: as you consider each hymn and the story behind it you will be drawn into worship.