We have curated this library of resources to equip you in your journey of following Jesus. We add to this page regularly as we discover and create new resources.
Bible videos, podcasts, blogs, classes, and educational Bible resources to help make the biblical story accessible to everyone everywhere.
High-quality videos, podcasts, and articles for individuals, churches, and communities committed to a deeply formed spiritual life. Produced by faculty from Fuller Theological Seminary.
Encounter the Bible through art.
Small group studies of biblical books, taught by Yale Divinity professors.
The Bible was not written by Americans, Westerners, or Europeans. It has a distinct cultural identity. This site promotes biblical literacy from the ancient intellectual world of the Bible.
The Torah is the foundation of Judaism, and Judaism is the foundation of Christianity. This site produces accessible essays from scholars whose expertise includes history, archaeology, and ancient Near Eastern studies.
A site that seeks to address the literacy gap between the academy and the “street,” hosted by the Society of Biblical Literature.
Video and books by New Testament scholar N.T. Wright.
Resources on Old Testament studies from American Protestant scholar Walter Brueggemann.
Bible background resources.
Bible Study Tools
The following are sites that offer a host of free Bible study tools.
A digital library of hundreds of classic Christian books selected for edification and education.
A digital library that seeks to make all published works available to everyone in the world.
Latin for “sacred reading,” this site compiles reflections upon Scripture and Church Fathers.
An online evangelical encyclopedia of Biblical Christianity.
Free downloadable books (PDFs) on Christianity.
Global online engagement about religion and spirituality. Special topics:
From the legacy of C. S. Lewis, this site develops wholehearted disciples of Jesus Christ who will articulate, defend, share, and live their faith in personal and public life.
Equips Christians to use their God-given talents in leadership and service regardless of gender, ethnicity, or class.
A variety of resources for ministry in the Evangelical Covenant Church have been created and curated by and for local churches and ministry leaders.
Resources on spiritual formation from Dallas Willard, Ignatius of Loyola, and Ancient Christianity. The site seeks to engage a ‘divine conversation’ on what it means to follow Christ.
Renovaré publishes books, articles, messages, podcasts, retreats, spiritual formation groups, and educational initiatives to help Christian knowledge move from head to heart. Founded by Richard J. Foster.
A large collection of programs, bible studies, graphics, videos, and songs to reach out to new college students.
A collection of holistic resources that help people trust Jesus Christ and enter into discipleship communities.
Practical articles to help Christians serve others, from the Eastern Orthodox tradition (the historic and ancient faith of Christianity).
Offers guidance in engaging the ethical dimension of today’s world through articles, book reviews, interviews, Christian art, liturgies, and hymns.
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