MB Seminary works together with our national constituency to develop devotional readings for the seasons of Easter (Lent) and Christmas (Advent). Each writer serves within an MB church or agency. The chosen Scriptures either span a book of the Bible or are taken from the Revised Common Lectionary.
“Thank you for the opportunity to share in these Scripture-targeted reflections. I have used the devotionals for as long as they have been available, and continue to appreciate the open door to God’s heart which their words often provide. Thank you, Seminary, for leading the way in this respect!
Highland MB Church, Calgary, AB
2021 – Easter
Our Easter Devotions book is currently in production and will feature 47 daily devotions to guide you through the season of Lent. The readings from All Things New will follow the Book of Revelation and feature writers from MB churches across the country. You can subscribe to our Daily Devotions list to receive the devotion each day from February 17-April 4, 2021.
2020 – Advent
The 2020 Advent Devotions resource featured the essential texts of the Christmas season. Twenty-seven entries reflected on a daily text that pointed to the promised arrival of the Messiah. You can sign up to receive future devotions of the day by subscribing to our Daily Devotions list.
2020 – Easter
Our Easter Devotions book was a free digital resource made available to those who subscribed to our Daily Devotions list. The readings took participants through the Gospel of Mark over 47 days (Feb 26-Apr 12, 2020).
2019 – Advent
Our Advent 2019 book featured daily devotions from 25 authors across Canada and was made available as an e-book. You can sign up to receive future devotions of the day by subscribing to our Daily Devotions list.
2019 – Easter
Taking Flight was designed for daily use during the season of Lent. Written by 47 individuals from the MB family across Canada, this book led readers through the entire Gospel of John from Ash Wednesday (March 6) until Easter Sunday (April 21).
Many of these devotions were previously published in MB Seminary’s 2017 book called Believe, but this updated edition featured seven new entries and numerous revisions.