The Voice of God Daily is presented each day by Rev. Dr. Brad Miller who has a goal of speaking a bit of the bible into two million ears (one million people) in three years (2022-2025).
Brad served as a local church pastor for forty years and has a background in radio and podcasting. Moreover, he is a life-long student of The Bible.
He believes in the words of Jesus that “scripture is fulfilled in your hearing” (Luke 4:21)
The Voice of God Daily is available seven days a week by 6:00 am ET. The episodes are no longer than ten minutes long and include…
A reading from the New Testament (usually the Gospel) selected from the Revised Common Lectionary using a modern English translation (The Message).
A recommended resource to help you go deeper in biblical study and spiritual direction.
A prayer for your day.
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Today’s Voice of God Daily Featured Bible Study Resource is:
Dr. Will Willimon’s Lectionary Sermon Resource:
By Bishop William H. Willimon
Will Willimon is widely acclaimed as one of the top ten preachers in the
world. For each Sunday of the Christian year, Will provides just what
you need to begin the journey toward a sermon. This guide will stoke,
fund, and fuel your imagination while leaving plenty of room to insert
your own illustrations, make connections within your
context, and speak the Word in your distinctive voice. Guidance from
Will Willimon is like sitting down with a trusted clergy friend and
asking, “What Does the Lectionary Say?” This set includes seven
volumes: two from each Year of the Revised Common Lectionary and one
focusing solely on the Psalms. All Sundays of the church year are