Whether you’re a new believer in Christ and you are just beginning your faith journey or you’re looking to take your relationship and walk with the Lord deeper, here are a variety of resources that might be helpful along the way.

Quiet Times

  • Apps
    • YouVersion (find on your App Store) – sets the standard for app Quiet time usage, including many reading plans, multiple versions, and a community option
    • Our Daily Bread (find on your App Store) – folks have been using this wonderful devotional for years. Now they even have a teen version
    • iDisciple (find on your App Store) – devotions, reading plans, and what they call “growth plans” that address various struggles in life. There is a free version and a monthly membership option
    • Evernote – Though this app isn’t Bible related, it is a great tool for journaling and keeping study notes in an extremely organized way that is accessible on all your devices.
  • Bibles
    • Any One-Year Bible is great as long as you are willing to let missed days remain missed. Otherwise, if you have a dry patch, you’ll fall far enough behind that it’s easy to give up. Remember, the One-Year Bible was made for man, not man for the One-Year Bible.
    • Wide Margin Bibles by Cambridge Univ. Press – If you’re a note taker, this Bible is a great one for you. With margins at nearly 1.5″ all the way around, there’s plenty of space for all your writing.

Personal Bible Study


Current Events/News

  • Relevant Magazine – Culture, music, art, politics, theology, and much more are covered from a Christian perspective in this online magazine that is updated regularly.
  • Christianity Today – A standard in Christian periodicals since 1956, CT features articles published by some of the most well-known pastors, authors, theologians, and thinkers in the Christian community.


  • Common Sense Media – Reviews and ratings on movies, books, games, and much more so that you never find yourself seeing/hearing/reading something you don’t want to be exposed to