The Word for Today Devotional Radio Pulpit
Written by Han on 16 Dec 2020
Christians today face unique challenges, and The Word for Today devotional on Radio Pulpit is a tool to help us to remain anchored in Christ.
A kick start for cold mornings, when you don’t feel like reading your Bible or find it a bit dry, that’s when you need a good injection of inspiration. That’s what I want to provide for our readers, something to focus their minds on God’s goodness.Bob Gass
Radio Pulpit offers listeners access to The Word for Today devotional via different platforms. We want to ensure that our followers on social media, our listeners on the radio, and those who visit our websites can find the inspiration they need.
The Word for Today Devotional on Radio Pulpit
Radio Pulpit offers the devotional free of charge!
- Read it on our mobile app for Android phones or iPhone.
- Visit our Radio Pulpit website page.
- Find it on the official South African website for The Word for Today.
- Receive it in your mailbox every day by making use of our free subscription.
- Request it in printed format.
Timeless in its value to encourage & empower
The Gutenberg bible from the mid-15th century is generally acknowledged as the first printed bible. Today, 21 Century Christians still turn to the Word of God for guidance, daily inspiration, and knowledge about our Saviour.
On 22 March 2007, David Biema wrote in Time Magazine.
Simply put, the Bible is the most influential book of all-time… The Bible has done more to shape literature, history, entertainment, and culture than any book ever written. Its influence on world history is unparalleled, and shows no signs of abating. Even pop culture is deeply influenced by the Bible.
With The Word for Today, we take a theme, and elaborate on it with scriptures, Christian perspective and deeper insight. We hope to encourage readers to grow in their spiritual walk with Christ by offering practical and relevant truths.
Soul food for every audience
The Word for Today devotional is also available in three different formats, each tailored for a specific audience.
- The Word for Today – the original version created by Bob Gass
- Die Woord vir Vandag – translated into Afrikaans
- word4U2day – youth devotionals
You can sign up for any of the above categories for free.
The themes we cover aim to provide Christian perspective and impart wisdom. We cover a wide range of topics, these include financial issues, emotional well-being, tools for your journey, and lots more. Examples of typical topics:
- This year get out of your comfort zone
- Keys to Bible study
- Should you invest?
- Stop doing things that don’t work
- Forgive and move on
We understand the demands of modern life, and we, therefor, keep the devotionals short, yet with enough depth to kickstart your day or end it with God as your source of strength.
Involving you in the discussion
Our morning drive programme, Good News Time, involves the Radio Pulpit listeners in a discussion of The Word for Today by making it their daily theme.
You can comment on the theme by posting your thoughts, a scripture or questions on our Facebook page. The presenters, Wynand and Janine, will not only give feedback on air but sometimes also dedicate a discussion to the theme.
Listeners can then download the podcast about the Theme which involves their questions with feedback from our Good New Time team.