Resources for Faith at Home

Your leaders at NPC want to share with you some resources for daily devotionals that we ourselves use and have found to be inspiring. We have combined our ideas and offer these for you to try and enjoy, not only now during our “solitude for the good of the realm,” but as an ongoing source of spiritual growth.

The same word for “spirit” in both Hebrew and Greek, also is the same word for “wind” or “breath”.

Try a breath prayer this week: From Philippians 4:4a

Inhale: Rejoice in the Lord

Exhale: always

For Children & Their Caregivers:

August: Ideas for Faith at Home

Looking for some fun ideas to incorporate faith into everyday life? Check out this Faith Finder Fun Youtube channel!

Seven Mindfulness Exercises for Children:

Sign up for texts by texting @npckidz to the number 81010

NPC Youth:

Take a Journey through the Gospel of John as Brian provides a daily devotional on his blog at

Make sure you text the word npcyouth to 474747 to sign up for NPC Youth’s Texting Service.


You may sign up at any of these sites to receive a devotional every day, for free.

Pause… Listen… Think… Pray… Go. These are the five short steps included in each daily meditation on this daily devotional site. “The devotional experience, written especially for youth and young adults, seeks to provide reflections on themes that impact our faith journey. We hope this experience will create a quiet space in your life for meditation and prayer.”

Meditation Monday… Free-range Friday… Breathe and Pray… these are all offerings you’ll find in a website that is hosted by Rev. Christine Sine, who trained as a physician and worked all over the world before shifting her focus. is an invitation to create a pathway to a more vital whole-life faith.

Fr. Henri Nouwen was a beloved priest and author, respected professor and beloved pastor. He wrote thirty-nine books on the spiritual life. Drawn from a wide range of Nouwen’s writings, these short daily meditations take less than a minute to read and can set the tone for your day, feed your spirit, and nourish your soul.

If you would like suggestions about additional resources, please reach out to the Church Staff. Please know that we are praying for you at this time. If you or someone you know is in need of assistance, please contact one of the Pastors. If you are able to run errands for those who cannot, please contact Nancy Kinzer.