Abide - Christian Meditation

Abide - Christian Meditation

By Carpenters Code Inc.

  • App Category: Health & Fitness
  • Release Date: 2014-03-11
  • Current Version: 1.30.1
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 50.61 MB
  • Developer: Carpenters Code Inc.
  • Compatibility: Android, iOS 9.0
App Ratings: 5
Based on 22,911 Reviews

Abide - Christian Meditation App Description

Abide is the #1 Christian meditation app that helps you sleep better and stress less. Find deep rest with our bedtime stories, as you listen to stories based off the Bible. Wake up with our daily meditations that will fuel your mind for the day ahead. Join the millions of people meditating with Abide- including Grammy award winning singers, church leaders, and Christian therapists. Abide is easy to use. Come in, press play, and feel renewed by God’s spirit. All meditations are based off Biblical scriptures. Daily guided meditations are available in lengths of 2, 5, 10 and 15 minutes so you can choose the perfect length to fit with your schedule. Topics Include: - Overcoming anxiety and worry - Conquering depression - Managing stress - Dealing with insomnia and sleep challenges - Discovering purpose - Finding happiness - Addiction recovery - Forgiveness - Praying for children - Relationship challenges - Finances - Health concerns - Books of the Bible - And much more... Abide users love our app: “I’ve been using the app most for sleep. There are lots of different topics I love, (for example) freedom from depression. C’mon y’all! That is good stuff, check that out! There are people that need to know about this app. It’s amazing!” - Mandisa, Grammy Award winning artist & American idol finalist “In these troubled waters... I turn to this app often throughout my day. In times of great anxiety and uncertainty I find peace, hope, perseverance and healing.” Subscribe for $29.99 per year. With a subscription, you’ll receive access to the following content: - 10+ bedtime sleep stories that are up to 90 minutes in length - 50+ in-depth program guides on specific topics - Longer daily meditations in 5, 10, and 15 minutes - Selectable background music and nature sounds - Stream meditations by topic - Enjoy hand-picked premium music After free trial, the subscription will automatically renew unless auto-renew is turned off at least 24 hours before end of the current period. You can go to your App Store account settings to manage your subscription or turn off auto-renew. Your App Store account will be charged when the purchase is confirmed. Unused portion of free trial is forfeited after purchase. Terms of use and privacy policy are available at https://abide.co/termsofservice and https://abide.co/privacypolicy KEEP UP ON ABIDE: For tips and other helpful information, visit our website https://abide.co Follow us on the following accounts: Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/abideisprayer Instagram: @abideisprayer Twitter: @abideisprayer


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Abide - Christian Meditation App Reviews


    By tlfnal
    So very disappointed. The little bit I was able to do was great and I loved the prayers and journaling and everything it offered however it limits you to so little and keeps returning to the “Sign up for Free Trial”. That’s so annoying And misleading
  • Thankful for this app

    By NasBK
    This app provides the hope and encouragement I needed. I am looking forward to building my prayer life with all of the resources.
  • Not free

    By Gr8fullyurs
    Very disappointed in app. I’ve tried a few. Insight Timer is most user friendly with FREE choices that lead beginner to wanting more as they grow in their relationship and education. This app gives quote and stream sound with immediate in-app purchase. Reminds me of the insurance company taking advantage of those who believe in the rapture and the company will come take care of your animals when you are taken up. Or the preachers who are making money off the buckets of food that are MRE’s for the End of Times they preach about. Today’s verse is from Book of Acts, “It is better to give than receive.” This app’s intention was to give but its wanting to receive before I can even know what it’s giving. I’ll stick to reading God’s word through my Bible and receiving His divine connection to me through His Holy Spirit and then I’ll take that gift and continue the work of the Father that Jesus Christ showed me how to do by giving it freely to God’s Children as He provides my needs. God bless on this venture.
  • Awesome!

    By scottgassner
    If you’re looking for a great way to meditate with a Christian message, this is perfect. I use it daily. Well worth the price.
  • The Lost Discipline

    By James O. Cannon
    I absolutely love this app. We’ve gotten to an age where most of the disciplines of the Christian faith are being re-practiced and revived. Even fasting with things like the Daniel fast apps that help us look at standard fasting and water fast, Marie discovering disciplines that challenges. In the Bible we are told to meditate on the word of God and meditation has almost become taboo in the church today. However, this app helps us to understand and practice Godly biblical meditation. Highly recommended.
  • Great app

    By ozy1997
    Would of got 5 if it was free stuff like this need to be free not everyone can afford it
  • Cost

    By algobel
    I like the app but only use the free portion. I would be willing to buy if it was a one time fee or a much lower fee yearly. It’s was too expensive compared to other apps.
  • Deleted

    By Laura_Lo
    Too many pop ups and sign in issues
  • Not Free, which is misleading

    By Jadio528
    I’m disappointed with the “free” app. Would much rather just pay for the app up front than download it and then be asked to pay a yearly subscription. I understand that you have costs, and would have paid a fee for the app, but feel misled.
  • Free app but pay for everything on it

    By Harrinch
    I’d rather they only offer a paid app. It would be much more honest than advertising a free app when virtually all the content is locked without a subscription. The “Christian” aspect doesn’t line up with the marketing.