Your ability to put your faith into action grows when you take action to grow your faith. Reading and reflecting on scripture can open new insight into today’s world. Themes of compassion for the hungry, justice for the oppressed, standing against evil, and so on are perennial – in antiquity when scripture was written, in this world today, and the world tomorrow. 

Please explore the recommended opportunities to dive deeper into scripture to find the right fit for you. Blessings on your journey!

Original Devotionals by Richfield UMC

Richfield UMC worshipers and members come together in various seasons to craft a daily devotional of all-original submissions. Experience a variety of prose, poems, prayers, and lyrics from a diverse range of writers. Print copies are available in the Free Little Library on campus (seasonal), are posted daily on Facebook (seasonal), and are available here in PDF electronic format.

Try an Email Devotional Today!

Daily devo aimed at young people to pause, listen, think pray, and go.

God Pause
Reflections on scripture and hymns by Luther Seminary alumni.
Prayer and reflections from UM Church of the Resurrection.
John Ed Mathison
Daily messages by email and weekly 1-minute videos.

Lent & Easter Devotionals
Archive of seasonal devotionals from  The United Methodist Church.
Weekly themes curated by Father Richard Rohr.
Poetry on scripture from Rev. Steven Garnaas-Holmes.

Daily writer-submitted devotionals from the UMC.
Social justice-centered quotes and prayers from Sojourners.

Try a Podcast Devotional Today!

Richfield UMC

2019-2020 sermons are archived in podcast form for you.

State of Belief
with Welton Gaday

The Interfaith Alliance examines the intersection of faith and politics.

Soul of a Nation
with Jim Wallis

Jim Wallis of Sojourners interviews faith leaders and changemakers.

The Robcast
with Rob Bell

Rob Bell talks life, scripture, mindfulness, and more.

Ordinary Blessings with Meta Carlson

Rev. Carlson recites and expands on prayers from her book.

Unlocking Us
with Brené Brown

Brené Brown interviews today's new wave of changemakers.

Additional Sources and Disclaimer:

Revised Common Lectionary | daily scripture readings curated by Vanderbilt University Divinity Library
New Practices Energize Your Prayer Life | article by Joe Iovino for United Methodist Communications
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