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Series: 365 Daily Devotions

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365 Daily Devotions & Prayers for Men by Family Christian Stores
365 Daily Devotions & Promises for Women by Family Christian Stores
365 Family Dinners and Devotions Cookbook: A Celebration of Food, Family, and Faith by Kathleen Y'Barbo
A Courageous Heart (365 Daily Devotions for men) by Family Christian Press
Family Matters: 365 Daily Devotions for Families by Kyle Dodd
Just For Kids 365 Daily Devotions by Unknown
Little Visits, Vol. 1: 365 Family Devotions: Building Faith for a Lifetime by Concordia Publishing HouseLittle Visits, Vol. 1
The One Year Book of Family Devotions Volume 2- 365 more stories that apply the Bible to life today.
The One Year Book of Family Devotions; 365 Stories that Apply the Bible to Life Today
One Year of Dinner Table Devotions and Discussion Starters: 365 Opportunities to Grow Closer to God as a Family by Nancy Guthrie
Woman of Faith 365 Daily Devotions by Family Christian Press
Little Visits, Vol. 2: 365 Family Devotions: Building Faith for a Lifetime by Concordia Publishing HouseLittle Visits, Vol. 2
Little Visits, Vol. 3: 365 Family Devotions: Building Faith for a Lifetime by Concordia Publishing HouseLittle Visits, Vol. 3
Little Visits, Vol. 4: 365 Daily Devotions: Building Faith for a Lifetime by Concordia Publishing HouseLittle Visits, Vol. 4

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