We've found these sites helpful for studying the Scriptures. We will be adding more links to this page as we travel together. These sites can help you if your just starting out reading the Word or if you've been traveling the road for a while. Enjoy!
You Version - An incredible resource that includes multiple Bible translations, free mobile apps and translation downloads, Bible reading plans and much more!
Lenten Season - In 2012 we observed Lent as a community for the first time. Here is the resource page we used during this season.
Mark Read Through - A reading chart we developed for the Starting Line series in 2012. An 8-week daily read through of the book of Mark. Enjoy reading the story of Jesus through Mark’s eyes!
Roots Seminar (pt. 1) - Everything Has A Beginning... Notes from the seminar covering the Old Testament taught by Pastor Ric. (Includes: Seminar Notes; Outlines of Genesis, Exodus, Leviticus, Numbers, Deuteronomy & Job; Maps)
Roots Seminar (pt. 2) - Everything Has A Beginning... Notes from the seminar covering the Old Testament taught by Pastor Ric. (Includes: Seminar Notes; Outlines of Joshua, Judges, Ruth, 1 & 2 Samuel, 1 Kings, Psalms, Proverbs, Ecclesiastes & Song of Songs; 3 Bible Layouts; Chart: Bible as Literature; Maps)
Roots Seminar (pt. 3) - Everything Has A Beginning... Notes from the seminar covering the Old Testament taught by Pastor Ric. (Includes: Seminar Notes; Outlines of 2 Kings, Hosea, Joel, Amos, Obadiah, Jonah, Micah, Isaiah, Nahum, Habakkuk, Zephaniah, Jeremiah, Lamentations, Ezekiel, Daniel, Ezra, Nehemiah, Esther, Haggai, Zechariah, Malachi & 1 & 2 Chronicles; Chart: Kings of the Divided Kingdom; Maps; Survey of the entire Old Testament; Bibliography)
Studying Scriptures (pt. 1) - A resource we put together for the TXT series. This begins with a method of studying the Bible, some resource links about the Scriptures and a brief timeline of the history of the Bible.
Studying Scriptures (pt. 2) - Another resource we put together for the TXT series. This page talks about how you can approach passages that may be a little difficult to understand. This method is based on four main questions you ask as you study the Bible.
Bible Gateway - This site is a very helpful resource! Not only does this contain the Bible in several versions, it also has it in several languages and a few audio versions. There are other resources for study here as well like commentaries, keyword and topical searches.
Blue Letter Bible - This is the main resource that Bruce uses with his Wednesday Bible class. It has a wealth of information and easily accessible translations of the Bible as well.
N.E.T. Bible - An online Bible translation project that is an excellent resource for why certain passages are translated the way they are. It is a great way to dig into how Bible translation works.
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