Here are a few devotional resources you can check out to stay in the Word and get some fuel for your day:
Daily Devotions from Lutheran Hour Ministries
These three-minute meditations are written by Rev. Ken Klaus, Speaker Emeritus of The Lutheran Hour radio program. You can read or listen to these online or subscribe to receive them via e-mail.
Five14 Devotions from Lutheran Hour Ministries.
The Five14 community offers a weekly devotional thought written by leaders steeped in ministry with young adults.
Seasonal Devotions from Lutheran Hour Ministries
Each year LHM produces a devotional series for Advent and Lent. You can read or listen to them online, subscribe to receive them via e-mail, or download a printable PDF to use and/or share. See adventdevotions.net or lentendevotions.net.
Mustard Seed Devotions from the Lutheran Women’s Missionary League (LWML)
Daily Mustard Seed Devotions for women are available to be read online or via e-mail (all you have to do is subscribe).
Check out devos from thESource, the LCMS Department of Youth Ministry’s online magazine and ministry resource. Devos are arranged by topic, not date–and there’s a load of them! Other thESource resources include Bible studies, skits, and an online flash-style version of the magazine.
The Meyer Minute
Concordia Seminary St. Louis President Dr. Dale Meyer blogs devotional thoughts on this simple site. Stretch your faith and the way you think about living your whole life as a disciple of Jesus; try The Meyer Minute!
Five Minutes a Day with Luther
Something a little different. This site provides daily meditations by Martin Luther (yes, our Martin Luther) that had been compiled in a book of the same name. Five Minutes a Day with Luther was published in 1926 and went out of print; now, thanks to Rev. Robin Fish, it has been reprinted. But you can get the devos every day for free right here.