I never thought that the difficult times I found myself stuck in would result in a Bible study. As a young pastor’s wife, I found myself digging deep into the book of Ecclesiastes looking for answers to the questions that overwhelmed my life: How do I prioritize my life? What things should I focus on? What do I do when things don’t work out my way? How do I avoid having regrets later on?
Those questions and the answers I learned paved the way for my first book Without Regrets. Since then, I’ve experienced the amazing truths that God has for us in the Bible and I am passionate about sharing those truths with others in a way that they can apply those truths to their lives. I write Christian Daily Devotionals, including a devotional for the day, as well as Bible studies and I love to share and to pray for people through my Facebook Page and on Twitter. I also enjoy the opportunity to speak and encourage others whether it’s a small study group or a large women’s conference.
I grew up in Valley Center, Kansas and received my Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees from Oklahoma Baptist University in Shawnee, Oklahoma. I’ve been married to my husband D Burchfiel for 16 years and we enjoy our 2 children, Rebekah and Andrew. We currently make our home in Wichita, Kansas where D is the pastor of Southwest Baptist Church.
Everyone loves a new beginning, and that's exactly what the Children of Israel are doing. Just like a brand new leaf, they are slowly establishing just exactly what type of nation they are going to be. Will they truly live out the plans that God has for them? Enjoy the 45 devotions in this book as you seek to Live in the World and Live out the Word.
Every one of us has either wronged another person or been wronged by someone else. Talking about forgiveness is great, but most people don’t know what forgiveness means or how to do it. In this study, you will learn, not only the principles of forgiveness, but also how they can be applied to impact your life and your relationships.
Warning! Danger ahead! These simple messages stand out as a desperate cry to be heard so that people will avoid some impending catastrophe. These 52 devotions through the book of Jeremiah delve into the message that the prophet gave warning Judah of impending judgment. Will you choose to read and heed God’s warning through the prophet Jeremiah?
“Keep it up!” “Great job!” We all love receiving words of encouragement, especially when those words come from a mentor or someone we admire. These letters of encouragement from the apostle John are full of assurances and encouragement for the believers. Designed to be read in less than five minutes each, the 112 devotions listed in this book help bring these letters of encouragement alive.
“The fear of the Lord is the beginning of knowledge, but fools despise wisdom and instruction,” Proverbs 1:7.
Christian devotional author Kristi Burchfiel uses her signature style to share 31 brief devotions, encouraging the reader to focus on one truth a day and apply that truth to their life.
How does a nation once so mighty become reduced to nothing more than broken down walls and rubble full of memories of what once was? This is the story told through Chronicles. Designed to be brief, these devotions are perfect for those readers who don't have a lot of time and yet desire a truth from God's Word to take with them throughout the day.
The New Testament of the Bible shares the message of the good news of salvation in Jesus Christ. These 27 books have been studied for centuries as people are drawn to the message of salvation by grace through faith. Even today, readers turn to the New Testament to learn from the truths within the pages and to apply those truths to their daily lives.
The last of three volumes over the book of Psalm, The Daily Devotional Series: Psalm, volume 3, includes an introduction to the series, a brief background over the book of Psalm as a whole, a more detailed background over the section of Psalm that is covered in this volume. This book picks up where The Daily Devotional Series: Psalm, volume 2 left off and finishes the devotionals through Psalm.
The second of three volumes over the book of Psalm, The Daily Devotional Series: Psalm, volume 2, includes an introduction to the series, a brief background over the book of Psalm as a whole, a more detailed background over the section of Psalm that is covered in this volume. This book picks up where The Daily Devotional Series: Psalm, volume 1 left off and continues devotionals through Psalm.
Songs and poetry are forms of expressing and communicating the emotions we are truly feeling. The book of Psalm in the Bible is no exception. Full of hope and dreams, disappointments and anger, this book holds the words of people who have felt all of life’s raw emotions. Because of this, the book of Psalm has often been a place for people turn in the midst of the difficulties of life.
Does a cup of coffee or an energy drink typically start your day? While that may wake you up physically, what are you doing each day to wake up spiritually?
Kristi Burchfiel returns with the second book in The Daily Devotional Series. This book of devotionals through Genesis is designed provide each day with a quick and simple devotion that can be read in less than 5 minutes.
Does a cup of coffee typically start your day? While that may wake you up physically, what are you doing each day to wake up spiritually? The Daily Devotional Series (DDS) is designed to provide each day with a quick devotional that can be read in less than 5 minutes. DDS: The Gospel of John gives readers a brief introduction, a synopsis of the Gospel of John, then 21 brief devotionals.
How do we pick up the pieces of our lives and move on? When bad things happen, is it even possible to feel that we can be put back together again? Paulette Harper tackles these and many other questions in her book “Completely Whole.” The book is a beautiful reminder of how much God loves each and every one of us and how we are made completely whole through Him.
Each chapter of the book covers a different area in which we can experience the wholeness and restoration that is possible through Jesus Christ. I especially enjoyed the fact that each chapter ends with a prayer and confession so that we have the opportunity to respond to the message and truths that have been presented in the chapter. The book is full of scripture as Paulette discusses how we can be made “Completely Whole.”
Kristi Burchfiel, Christian devotional author and speaker