Bible Resources for Your Life
Whether you’re reading the Bible for the first time, studying it in a group or trying to find new insights, Bible resources can help you to understand (and be changed by) God’s Word. On this site, you can find the resources you need to start experiencing the Bible so that you can be transformed by encountering the God of the Bible.
The new “Build your Bible” app has launched! Build your Bible is a new and engaging way to challenge yourself and your friends to gain a deeper level of biblical knowledge. You can play on your own or challenge friends to a competition through Facebook.
The final nine books of the New Testament are written in a number of styles by different writers. The first eight (Hebrews through Jude) are often referred to as the “General Letters.” Some of these are clearly written in letter form, similar to the style of Paul’s letters.
Luke’s gospel shows how God acts in dramatic ways to fulfill his plan for the renewal of his people. The picture we see in Luke is of a Jesus whose life and message are closely linked to “outsiders.”
The book of Psalms is a collection of 150 prayers and songs used by the ancient people of Israel in their worship of the LORD. They express a range of human emotions, and the writers of these psalms often let God know when they were angry.