The Upper Room daily devotional guide contains meditations that show real people struggling to live faithfully in real-life situations, with the Bible as the touchstone for and measure of faithful living. The writers of the daily meditations that appear in The Upper Room are both laity and clergy and come from around the world. However, all in some way reflect the belief that God wills only good for each of us and that God calls us to lives of love, forgiveness, and service to others, according to the example of Christ.
El Aposento Alto es la edición en español de The Upper Room . Contiene meditaciones que muestran las luchas de las personas por vivir fieles en su fe en las situaciones reales de la vida con la Biblia como medida de una vida de fe. Los escritores/as de las meditaciones diarias que aparecen en El Aposento Alto son laicos/as y pastores/as y provienen de todas partes del mundo.
How does the heart revive in the face of discouragement? What is the emotional and spiritual alchemy that transforms trepidation into boldness, fear into courage? Read more.
devozine® is a devotional lifestyle magazine (devozine for short!) designed just for youth. It is written by teenagers and by adults who work with and care about teens.
The magazine was launched in 1996 after a small group of teens in South Dakota challenged the church to come up with a magazine "just for them." devozine's purpose is to help young people 14-19 years old develop a lifelong practice of spending time with God and of reflecting on what God is doing in their lives. Read more about the devozine story here.
Pockets® is a 48-page devotional magazine for children ages 6-12, published by The Upper Room®.
Launched in 1981, the magazine began as a response to parents and grandparents who wanted a devotional magazine especially for children. The magazine is published 11 times per year. (January/February is a combined issue). Read more...
Alive Now magazine seeks to nourish people who are hungry for a sacred way of living.
Alive Now is a thematic, bi-monthly magazine that seeks to nourish people who are hungry for a sacred way of living. This four-color, 48-page publication of The Upper Room speaks to the opportunities and challenges of following Christ in the modern world. Scripture and prayer are two foundational cornerstones of content. We accept freelance theme-based writing that is submitted either by mail or electronically and strive to represent the widest possible diversity (theological, geographical, denominational, racial, cultural) among our writers. read more
Douglas Street United Methodist Church greets you in two languages: "Good morning. Buenos días." To mark the 75th anniversary of El Aposento Alto, the Spanish edition of The Upper Room, listen to how a church uses Upper Room resources to minister across cultures and languages.