I have to be honest, and you can start your BOOING now—I’m not an Ohio State fan. Actually, I pretty much despise the BIG 10…It’s S-E-C, S-E-C, S-E-C, Baby! Living in the South makes me a bit biased. And I’m especially still bitter that Solomon Thomas didn’t start his suspension ahead of the 2011 Sugar Bowl, where his interception sealed the loss for my Arkansas Razorbacks.
BUT, I read Del Duduit’s 40-day devotional, Buckeye Believer—and I loved it!
I was already a Jesus believer, but on completing this devotional book, I almost became a—Buckeye believer. (Don’t tell any of my family and friends!) I’ll share more of this later, but I want to talk about the most important part of the book which is the spiritual insight provided in the daily devotionals.
Del acts as a color commentator taking us into the game and its significance, and then he ties it into our spiritual lives.
Again, I absolutely loved this devotional book. In my 20 years of pastoring and now working with churches across the nation, I have come to feel the best tool for someone’s spiritual growth and daily walk with Christ is a concentrated and focused devotional. I found that focus in Buckeye Believer and along with that focus in the daily applications, I was delighted to find a driving progression moving through the sequence of days that serves as a great gut-check of one’s faith.Bu
Each day’s devotion provides touching inspiration for the day, but the overall flow of the spiritual implications each day walked me through a person’s complete s