With God Daily is written for those who are disillusioned with popular forms of consumer Christianity and are seeking a more honest, less sentimental exploration of faith.

Award-winning author, speaker, and pastor, Skye Jethani, writes powerful, smart, relevant reflections to help you live with God amid an increasingly pluralistic, post-Christian culture. He also navigates what it means to follow Jesus without the fear and anger that infects so much of popular faith today. Instead, he offers a path to genuine communion with God rooted in the Bible, and a vision for the common good that disarms culture war Christianity.

New devotionals are published 5-days each week and include:

-A reflection written by Skye engaging Scripture, theology, history, culture, or current events
-Links to related passages of the Bible
-An historic prayer to guide your own communion with God

The app also features:

-Searchable archives of past devotional series
-Shop for other books, ebooks, & products by Skye Jethani

Stop living your life under, over, from, and for God and start living in communion with him.

About Skye Jethani
Skye Jethani is an author, speaker, consultant and ordained pastor. He also serves as the co-host of the popular Holy Post Podcast, a weekly show that blends astute cultural and theological insights with comical conversation. Between 2004 and 2015, Skye occupied numerous editorial and executive roles at Christianity Today, a leading communications ministry launched by Billy Graham.
Skye has been a sought after consultant for groups facing challenges at the intersection of faith and culture like The Lausanne Movement, The White House Office of Faith-Based and Neighborhood Partnerships, and the Interfaith Youth Core. Apart from Christianity Today's magazines and websites, Skye has also written for The Washington Post, Relevant,, and he is a regular contributor to The Huffington Post. Skye is frequently featured on radio programs around the country.
Skye speaks regularly at churches, conferences, colleges, and retreats both in the U.S. and internationally. He has been invited to speak at events including Q, Catalyst, Newsong Church, Mars Hill Bible Church, Fellowship Missionary Baptist Church, and the U.S. Naval Academy Chapel.
Skye has authored seven books including: The Divine Commodity: Discovering a Faith Beyond Consumer Christianity (2009), WITH: Reimagining the Way You Relate to God (2011), What’s Wrong With Religion: 9 Things No One Told You About Faith (2017), and Immeasurable: Reflections on the Soul of Ministry in the Age of Church, Inc. (2018).

What’s New

Version 1.2

Updated look, improved functionality

Ratings and Reviews

4.6 out of 5
65 Ratings

65 Ratings

eeBeeLyaJ ,

Easy-to-Use Format and Rich Content

This app is simple in a good way. The layout is concise and easy to use, and of course the devotionals are the best out there. I don't like a lot of popular devotionals--especially ones written for women (I'm a woman), but this one resonates with me. From the topics to what Skye says about God and life with Him, I am encouraged and challenged, and best of all, sometimes I finally *get* concepts that I struggled with previously.
I also appreciate that Skye's beliefs fall into neither the conservative nor progressive camp exclusively.
As someone who appreciates fine art and is not a visual learner, I even like the stick-figure illustrations! One seriously changed the way I view God: it was about prayer and the drawing was of a mother gazing into her infant's eyes. Seeing that stick-figure illustration helped me to see God as a loving Father who is approachable, instead of one who is annoyed by my struggles.
Thank you to Skye and to those who help put this app together.

Joceyh3 ,

LOVE Skye’s devotionals—can’t login

Let me say that Skye Jethani is brilliant. His devotional series has been nothing short of transformative for me, a long-time Christian who is currently disillusioned with the church as an institution, but is thirsty for a biblically sound daily devotional that is honest, hard-hitting, and isn’t trying to spout that Christianity is all about getting into heaven. My reason for giving the app three stars has nothing to do with Skye and everything to do with the way the app functions. It will not allow me to log in, no matter how many times I reset my password. I have to go to the website and log in to read the daily devotionals. There’s nowhere (at least not that I’ve found) on the website or in app to ask for assistance or contact the administrators about this problem. This morning I uninstalled and reinstalled the app. When I opened it and clicked the “login” button, the screen went blank. Just white. Aside from this one glitch (and it’s a big one for a paid app), I’m recommending you run—don’t walk—to subscribe to this devotional, even if you can only access it online! (Hoping the powers that be will see this review and be able to offer some guidance about my issues!)

mielkemouse ,

I can’t believe I am using a daily devotional!

This little devo is worth every penny and every moment. It really is “the daily devotional for people who hate daily devotionals.” I have always wondered why I should bother with what someone else thinks about God’s word instead of just reading it for myself and hearing directly from Him, but in these short readings there is always something that resonates with His Spirit in me and helps me to see the beauty of a life lived with God. Also, I am SHOCKED at how relevant the prayers are!
So, while I look forward to the app being refined, if I could give the content more than 5 stars I would! Seriously considering buying it for other family members and friends.

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