An Easy Way to Spend More Time Seeking God

It's hard to carve out time to sit in God’s presence and learn what He wants to teach us when we are daily bombarded by distraction. That’s why we’ve equipped thousands of Christians like you to seek God day and night for revival. We’ve found that there are simple principles that help Christians like you be faithful and fruitful in their walk with God.

Now, you can get these insights in our free Seeking God Lifestyle course.

This 5-lesson course has 25 daily readings that will rekindle your relationship with God.

You can read this on your own or in a group! Each day, we will give you lessons with wisdom, clarity, and understanding so you can grow more like Jesus.

Does this sound like something you’d be interested in?

Our hope is that these lessons will help you experience God’s presence and walk with Him in new and powerful ways that make a difference not only in your life, but in your community and our nation. As Christian Union Day and Night works with believers like you to bring sweeping spiritual transformation to the nation, it is important that we start with our own spiritual well-being — to “set our own house in order.”

We designed this course to empower you to do that, so you can continue to bring about Christ-centered revival in your home, neighborhood, and eventually, our nation.

Use the secure form below to get your free course and start seeking God daily!

Thousands of Christians like you are daily seeking God through resources like this.

Over the last three centuries, revivals have had a great impact. Between 1730 and 1830 successive movements of the Holy Spirit brought a large proportion of the population into the churches. These awakenings are not ultimately the result of marketing or organization. They come, by God’s grace and in his time, in response to extraordinary prayer. Christian Union Day and Night is making a serious attempt to spark this kind of prayer and devotion. I welcome it, and I’m very encouraged by it.

  • Tim Keller
  • Redeemer Presbyterian Church
  • New York City