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All Scripture is inspired by God and profitable for teaching, for reproof, for correction, for training in righteousness; so that the man of God may be adequate, equipped for every good work (2 Timothy 3:16-17).


For access and study of Scripture

  • YouVersion Bible App
    • YouVersion offers a free application to have access to Scripture at all times. YouVersion also has an abundant amount of downloadable devotions that can get you on track to getting in God’s Word daily. Through YouVersion, you can also jump into a reading plan for the Bible, too.
  • Bible Gateway
    • Bible Gateway is an online resource for you to have free access to God’s Word. Through Bible Gateway, you can quickly compare translations and search through a vast amount of other resources to assist you in your study. Bible Gateway also offers various reading plans for studying the Bible.
  • Bible Hub
    • Bible Hub is another free online resource that allows one to examine and study various versions of Scripture, while utilizing other online study tools such as lexicons, concordances, and commentaries. Bible Hub is a great tool to further one’s understanding of Scripture and become familiar with helpful Bible study resources. 
  • Logos Bible Software
    • Part of Faithlife’s online community, Logos Bible Software is an entire library of biblical research, commentaries, resources, and more at your fingertips. Within the software, you can develop Bible reading plans, read devotionals, prepare lessons, and study God’s Word with an abundance of tools at your disposal. Logos also offers a wide-range of online courses in biblical and ministerial studies. Logos Bible Software is essentially a bookshelf and librarian; however, for most resources, you’ll be required to purchase them separately or in packages to have access. 

For New Believers

  • The Gospel of John
    • We recommend you begin your study of God’s Word in the Gospel of John. John’s account of the gospel is not superior to the other accounts (Matthew, Mark, and Luke); however, John’s gospel starts “In the beginning…” and can help a new believer, or someone unfamiliar with the Bible, to see how everything connects. Click here to start reading in John.