The Daily Orientation

The Daily Orientation

The Daily Orientation is a daily reading, audio, or video delivered to your inbox, on our website, and on our Facebook page.

We’ve taken excerpts from our printed resources including The Heart of a WarriorThe Heart of a Warrior Journal WorkbookThe Heart of a Warrior Expedition Small Group Leader’s GuideSearch and Rescue, the Search and Rescue Journal Workbook, the Search and Rescue Small Group Leader’s Guide, and The Warrior’s Heart blog, as well as audio and video clips from The Heart of a Warrior Encounter Weekend, and The Deepening Weekend for Women conferences, the Search and Rescue audio book, and the Zoweh Team Conversations Series and dropped them into your email inbox. They are also available on our blog and on our Facebook page.

Each Daily Orientation highlights a theme, perspective, encouragement or truth we hope will bring Orientation to your heart and keep you living well in the Larger Story.

Lost in Translation
Sep 18, 2018 The Daily Orientation
Lost in Translation

I believe one of the most misunderstood words in the Bible is the word heart. Its definition, meaning and significance for the most part have been lost.

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How Wrong Do You Want To Be?
Sep 17, 2018 The Warrior's Heart - Michael's Blog
How Wrong Do You Want to Be?

  …and in Christ you have been brought to fullness. He is the head over every power and authority.

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How Wrong Do You Want To Be?
Sep 17, 2018 The Daily Orientation
Week 36: "The Daily Prayer" Devotional: How Wrong Do You Want To Be?

  …and in Christ you have been brought to fullness. He is the head over every power and authority.

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A Bored Man is a Dangerous Man
Sep 14, 2018 The Daily Orientation
A Bored Man is a Dangerous Man

A few years ago, during the writing process of The Heart of a Warrior, God revealed this truth to me. By definition,

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Sep 13, 2018 Podcasts
Exploring the Good Heart, Part 2: The Good Heart

At Zoweh, we believe the heart is central. Central to our lives, central to our stories.

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