Daily Devotional

Daily Devotional with Pastor Steve DurkacDaily Promise is a daily email/social media devotional by Pastor Steve Durkac of CrossHope Chapel in west Mobile, Alabama.

Pastor Steve takes the reader through 365 selected Bible promises, one verse per day, along with his pastoral insights, shared in chronological order from Genesis 1:1 starting on January 1 and ending with Revelation 22:21 on December 31.

If you have ever wanted to go through the Bible in a year, but find it difficult to keep the pace of 4-chapters per day and 5-chapters on Sunday, Daily Promise email or the Promises thru Scripture book may be a great alternative. You’ll get an overview of the entire Bible through a single promise from God each day of the year.

Each shared verse is followed by Pastor Steve’s own brief but pastoral insight as related to that day’s particular selected promise. His thoughts are not more than a few sentences, but focused on the word, just no fluff or entertaining stories.


Read Daily…

Daily Promise daily devotionals can be read in your inbox when you subscribe to its email list below or read here at this website by clicking on today’s date or read at the CrossHope Chapel’s Facebook page or followed by links when you friend Pastor Steve at his Facebook profile or follow him at Twitter.


Softcover Book…

Promises thru Scripture by Steve Durkac is a 242 page softcover book that is available to our CrossHope Chapel members for free as part of our thru-the-Bible verse per-day devotional campaign.

Promises thru Scripture by Steve Durkac sells for $15.95 at Lulu Marketplace or Barnes & Noble or Amazon, or for $20.00 as a Buy Direct book purchase with shipping including or PDF instant download $10.00 here.


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