d365 Daily Devotionals 4+

PASSPORT Camps

Designed for iPad

    • 4.8 • 3.9K Ratings
    • Free

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Description

d365 Daily Devotionals is the free mobile version of the online daily devotional experience read by millions of people. Since 2001, d365.org has provided relevant reflections for students on themes that impact their faith journey.

With this app you can:

• Read daily devotionals
• Listen to original d365 music
• Set an alarm to remind you of your devotional each day
• Read past devotionals in the archive

The d365 daily devotional site is produced by Passport, Inc. d365 is made possible through individual gifts and the support of three denominational sponsors: Cooperative Baptist Fellowship, Presbyterian Church (USA), and the Episcopal Church.  If you have found this app useful in your spiritual walk, please consider a gift so that this ministry may continue growing to reach others in the name of Jesus.

What’s New

Version 3.0.7

Minor Fixes

Ratings and Reviews

4.8 out of 5
3.9K Ratings

3.9K Ratings

CFinFL ,

Has helped keep me afloat

I’d like to start by saying I have always been open to all faiths, and while I was born a Catholic, my family is not religious, so I’ve had a firm but nondenominational and honestly, uncommitted relationship with God my entire life. I have been going through a particularly rough spot in life and was looking for comfort and guidance beyond meditation and an increasingly desperate one-way prayer/cry. I’m not even sure how the Daily Devotional came to me, but it was the right tool at the right time, and has been with me for the last couple of months. With a simple, open, easily absorbed tone and a gentle guidance to read and learn more in Scripture, or even as a stand-alone vehicle for sanity, faith and encouragement, this daily reminder of what is, to me, a very real living God is a great companion for this stage of my pursuit of greater proximity to my faith. I hope it helps you too.

C Bellius IV ,

My recommendation for Young Adult Daily Devotionals

As a youth pastor, this app came highly recommended to me by some of my peers. The reflections are written from a diverse group of voices. The devotions are brief, but accessible and thought-provoking. Each week seems to be facilitated by a different author, with a song that adds to the reflection.

I am not a fan of the self-help nature of many devotionals in other apps (ex: “be a man with the Bible, the 5 steps to better prayer,” etc.), so I was happy to find this down-to-earth and free resource.

One suggestion: I love that there is a song connected to each week’s lessons. Could there also be a visual component added? Paintings and art portraying a biblical narrative or idea help many to better engage in the text and “listen” to the Word in a different way.

SS279 ,

Great App, and easy to use.

I have been using this app for about 6 months now, and it’s one of the better devotional apps that I’ve found. And it’s great to use when you don’t have very much time, everything is not too lengthy but at the same time it gets the point/theme for the week across. I also love how everything is organized into sections and how every week there is a new theme. And that you can go back and read devotions from previous weeks. One other thing that I am very fond of is the fact that it’s so simple to work, and everything is so easy to find. Along with you have the choice of in the app, playing music while you do your devotion.

If your looking for that perfect devotional app I would highly suggest this one.

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The developer, PASSPORT Camps, indicated that the app’s privacy practices may include handling of data as described below. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

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