New Digital Offerings

September 21, 2017 by Lindsay Gray

Since the beginning of The Upper Room daily devotional guide in 1935, we have worked to make the stories contained in the pages of the magazine available to as many people in as many places as possible. With 33 different language editions, The Upper Room now has more than three million readers around the world. We have grown from a print devotional magazine with a small circulation to a multimedia publisher that resources individuals and churches as they carry out their work. Now it’s time for us to expand our reach even further by updating our digital offerings.

As you can see, our main website,, has a new look and new features that we hope will help more people find our content and engage with it in deep and meaningful ways. We want visitors to the website to know what to expect. The Upper Room devotional is highlighted at the top of the homepage for easy access and visibility. The daily devotional blog is easier to access and you can bookmark favorite meditations and share them with friends and family. There are two levels of access to the daily devotional guide:

  1. Free account with email login: access to, today’s devotional, the archives, the comment section, the daily devotional blog, and other resources from The Upper Room.
  2. Paid online subscription: access to all of the above via the website as well as via mobile app, plus bookmarking capability, audio version of each day’s meditation, author bios and photos, and the option to receive the full text of the daily devotional in your inbox each day.

We have been planning for these updates for a long time and can’t wait to share them with you. Thank you for your faithful readership, engagement, and support of The Upper Room.

Digital offerings landing page
Click here for quick access to information about the new digital offerings for The Upper Room daily devotional guide and Upper Room Disciplines.

About the author: Lindsay Gray is the Editorial Director of The Upper Room daily devotional guide.

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