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 Bart Dawson
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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  1. God's Word for Today by O. Hallesby (1941)
  2. Christ in Our Home: Devotions for Every Day of the Year by Ron Klug (2002)
  3. Each Day With Jesus: Daily Devotions Through the Year by Rudolph F. Norden (1985)
  4. 52 Fun Family Devotions: Exploring and Discovering God's Word by Mike Nappa (1994)
  5. Family Time Story Devotions by Eldon Weisheit (1992)
  6. Family Walk: 52 Weekly Devotions for Your Family by Bruce H. Wilkinson (1991)
  7. The One Year Book of Josh McDowell's Family Devotions: A Daily Devotional for Passing Biblical Values to the Next Generation by Josh McDowell (1997)
  8. One Year Book of Josh McDowell's Family Devotions 2 (Beyond Belief Campaign) by Josh D. McDowell (2003)
  9. The Expository Genius of John Calvin by Steven J. Lawson (2007)
  10. Laugh and Tickle, Hug and Pray: Active Family Devotions by Julaine Kammrath (1997)
  11. Sticky Situations: 365 Devotions for Kids and Families by Betsy Schmitt (1997)
  12. One Year Book of Family Devotions, Vol. 1 by Tyndale House Publishers (2000)
  13. Praying With the Prophets: A Year of Daily Prayers and Reflections on the Words and Actions of the Prophets (Praying With the Bible) by Eugene H. Peterson (1995)
  14. The One Year Devotions for Kids #1 (One Year Book) by Children's Bible Hour (1993)
  15. Through the Bible, Through the Year: Daily Reflections from Genesis to Revelation by John Stott (2006)

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