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Announcing My New Daily Devotional

By Mark D. Roberts | Tuesday, January 1, 2008

Beginning today, I have a new daily devotional. It’s found at The High Calling. This website is part of the larger ministry of Laity Lodge (and the HEB Foundation), where I am now serving as Senior Director and Scholar-in-Residence.

I’ll be writing what is called the Daily Reflection. The format will be very much like the format of my former devotional websites, Pray the Psalms and Pray the Gospels. You can find my Daily Reflections at the main page of The High Calling. Just look for the Daily Reflection link.

But there’s an added bonus for you in my joining up with The High Calling. If you wish, you can become a member of The High Calling (no cost, no spam, no hassle). Then you can opt to have my Daily Reflection sent to you as an e-mail.

So, please visit The High Calling and check out the Daily Reflection. While you’re there, I’d urge you to look at some of what The High Calling has to offer besides the Reflection. There is a lot of great material on this website.

Happy New Year!

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One Response to “Announcing My New Daily Devotional”

  1. ANSWERS For The Faith » Blog Archive » -New Daily Devotional for 2008 Says:
    January 4th, 2008 at 8:15 pm

    […] Dr. Mark D. Roberts is providing a new Daily Devotional at The High Calling website. See: "DAILY REFLECTION" -located in the left column of the site. Dr. Mark’s work is always excellent. His devotionals are always a good way to start the day.            *Top […]


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