Devotional Resources

Devotional Resources for All through the Year

Praying Throughout the Day 
Bible Verses and Passages for Encouragement (updated 1/27/2022)

One Year Bible Reading Plan
        This guide can be used to start your journey reading the Bible cover-to-cover starting any time of the year!

Luther's Morning and Evening Prayer and Table Grace
Luther on Praying with Bible Passages

Luther's Small Catecism (new link!)

Online Devotional Resources - Lutheran Hour Ministries Website
Under “The Lutheran Hour” click on “LISTEN NOW” to hear the Sunday sermon or click on “Read Sermon” to view the text. 
Click on “Daily Devotions” for the devotion of the day

Bible Gateway​
At Bible Gateway, one can easily look up passages and read them or listen to them in a variety of translations. The translation regularly read in worship at Zion is the English Standard Version. Explore the site to find devotionals, reading plans and more!

Three Days of Prayer
Thanks to all who participated in the Ninth Annual 3 Days of Prayer Event (January 5-7, 2021).  The prayer guides remain available: 
Adult Prayer Guide (PDF) ||  Children's Prayer Guide (PDF)

Devotional Resources by Season


Scripture Readings April 12-May 24 2020 Easter Season

Advent Wreath Printable Coloring Page

2020 Advent Readings & Prayers

Advent Devotions from Lutheran Hour Ministries: “God With Us”


2021 Lenten Series "God Intended it for Good"
Playlist of videos on YouTube
All Readings for the Lenten Season - God Intended it for Good:  Joseph’s Journey and Christ’s Passion

2022 SPECIAL LENTEN SERIES: “In View of God’s Mercy”
Lent is a season when we take a look at our lives in view of God’s mercy toward us in the sacrifice of his Son for us on the cross. We, in turn, are called by God, especially during this time of repentance and reflection, to be living sacrifices for him, displaying our devotion to him in word and deed. Jesus helps us to see the richness of God’s mercy in his life, death and resurrection. The services in this worship series for Lent by theology professor David Peter focus our eyes of faith on the meaning behind God’s mercy made manifest in Christ.
Playlist of videos on YouTube